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Lecture Notes

James, Bruce / Bron, Anthony / Parulekar, Manoj V.

Lecture Notes


13. Auflage April 2024
272 Seiten, Softcover

ISBN: 978-1-119-90597-4
John Wiley & Sons

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Comprehensive yet concise reference and revision guide for ophthalmology, covering all key areas with a systematic and clinical approach

Highly illustrated, comprehensive, and accessible, Ophthalmology Lecture Notes is the ideal reference and revision guide to common eye problems and their diagnosis and management. The textbook offers an overview of anatomy, history taking, and examination, but also covers a wide range of core ophthalmic conditions.

Sample topics covered in Ophthalmology Lecture Notes include:
* Anatomy, history, symptoms, and examination, clinical optics, and the orbit, eyelids, and lacrimal system
* Conjunctiva, cornea, and sclera, the lens and cataract, uveitis, glaucoma, and retina and choroid
* Retinal vascular disease, the pupil and its responses, disorders of the visual pathway, eye movements and their disorders, and trauma
* Tropical ophthalmology (eye diseases in the developing world), eye diseases in children and services for the visually handicapped

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This Thirteenth Edition has been thoroughly updated and includes over 200 diagrams and photographs, a range of core cases demonstrating the clinical context of key conditions and learning objectives and summary of key points in each chapter. To aid in reader comprehension, the text also emphasizes vital "must know" knowledge and includes an online self-assessment where all the images from the book are available to download on a companion website.

Ophthalmology Lecture Notes is perfect for developing knowledge for clinical practice or revision in the run-up to examinations and uses a systematic approach to provide medical students and junior doctors with all the tools they need to manage clinical situations. It is also ideal for optometrists in training.

Preface to Thirteenth Edition vii

Preface to First Edition ix

Acknowledgements xi

Abbreviations xiii

About the companion website xv

1 Anatomy 1

2 Genetic disorders and the eye 25

3 History and examination 30

4 Clinical optics 56

5 The orbit 63

6 The eyelids 69

7 The lacrimal system 77

8 Conjunctiva, cornea and sclera 85

9 The lens and cataract 100

10 Uveitis 108

11 Glaucoma 118

12 Retina and choroid 133

13 Retinal vascular disease 150

14 The pupil and its responses 163

15 Disorders of the visual pathway 168

16 Eye movements and their disorders 179

17 Trauma 193

18 Tropical ophthalmology: eye diseases in the developing world 202

19 Eye diseases in children 213

20 Services for the visually impaired 222

21 Clinical cases 226

Useful references 235

Appendix 1: Conversion table for representation of visual acuity 237

Appendix 2: Drugs available for ophthalmic use 238

Index 241
Bruce James, Retired Consultant Ophthalmologist, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Buckinghamshire, UK.

Anthony Bron, Professor Emeritus, Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, University of Oxford, Oxford, UK.

Manoj V. Parulekar, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Department of Ophthalmology, Birmingham Children's Hospital, Birmingham, UK.

B. James, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, Aylesbury; A. Bron, Nuffield Laboratory of Ophthalmology, Oxford