Basic Science Refraction & Pathology Requisites in Ophthalmo
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Dodał/a książkę:Wojciech Polak
The Requisites in Ophthalmology series serves as a vital resource for the learning and training needs of ophthalmology trainees and practitioners. This volume covers the three major basic sciences of ophthalmology: pathology, physiology, and refraction, and how they relate to all the clinical subspecialties. It links pathology to each segment of the eye and describes developmental defects and ocular manifestations of systemic diseases. Through detailed color and black-and-white illustrations, it centers on the general anatomy of each eye segment and its corresponding physiology. A comprehensive section on refraction uses diagrams and illustrations to show how the different components of the retinal image are produced by the eye.This book is excellent for the learning needs of all ophthalmologists, and it helps residents in training from being dependent on weekend cram courses as a way to ingest this extremely important, but dense science background.*Covers the pathology of each eye segment (including intraocular neoplasms) as well as developmental defects, ocular manifestations of systemic diseases, and their respective clinico-pathologic correlations*Explores the general anatomy of each eye segment and examines its corresponding physiology.*Describes the essentials of optics and refraction, and discusses the optics involved in popular eye procedures such as intraocular lens implants and corneal refractive surgery.*Uses abundant diagrams, black-and-white illustrations, color photos, and drawings to make every concept clear.*Features all the elements that have made previous Requisites in Ophthalmology volumes so popular-including summaries of major points, boxed information highlights, plentiful artwork, and a focus on the most necessary material.