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Robert S Feder MD
The LASIK Handbook: A Case-Based Approach

From surgical planning and patient prep, to the latest tools and techniques, The Lasik Handbook: A Case-Based Approach uses real-world examples and straightforward language to help readers optimize results and avoid potential pitfalls The text is patient-focused rather than technology-focused and leads the refractive surgeon through a series of real life cases in a progression from the more straight-forward to the increasingly complex with useful take home points in each surgical planning, technique and management of complications are reviewed in a case-based contemporary approach relevant no matter your level of experience This hands-on resource provides: practical, case-based format uses real-world examples to promote safe, effective practice, relevant to all refractive surgeons convenient indexes group cases by clinical findings, making it easy to locate those cases relevant to your prospective patient emphasis on patient-centered care focuses on surgical planning, preparation, and approach, including the prevention and management of complications coverage of a wide range of equipment familiarizes readers with the latest tools and technologies expert perspectives identify the pros and cons of the equipment used in Lasik procedures “Take Home Points” highlight valuable information for quick reference and 70-question self-assessment test reinforces understanding New to the second edition: fully updated content describes the fundamentals of Lasik treatment as well as the latest tools, techniques, and tips 105 cases (including 30 new cases) cover a wide array of actual clinical experience 21 instructional videos demonstrate technique and management available in a companion website 70 self-assessment questions with detailed discussions allow you to test your knowledge and an interactive online question bank provides opportunities to enhance critical thinking and assess learning new chapters on the latest technologies address corneal topography, OCT, femtosecond and excimer lasers and collagen cross-linking written by experts new chapters on international perspectives covers Lasik as performed around the world and new chapter on lens implant power selection after Lasik surgery

Josef Flammer, Maneli Mozaffarieh, Hans Bebie
Basic Sciences in Ophthalmology: Physics and Chemistry

Basic Sciences in Ophthalmology aims to link clinical ophthalmology directly to its basic science roots This first volume describes the physics and chemistry required for a sound understanding of modern ophthalmology

The book opens with an extensive discussion of the interaction of light with matter and the way in which light is used in ophthalmic examinations and treatments After describing traditional methods of imaging, particular emphasis is placed on modern instrumentation such as OCT The interaction between light and tissues in different types of laser treatment is also addressed The chemistry section focuses on compounds particularly relevant to the eye, such as oxygen and water The origin and consequences of oxidative stress are reviewed, and the physical behavior of chemical compounds in the eye is explained Understanding is facilitated through the use of many examples taken from the field of ophthalmology The text is complemented by about 450 figures

A K Khurana
Comprehensive Ophthalmology, 4th Edition

This book provides an excellent overview to the science of Ophthalmology and will be a useful reference text both for undergraduates and postgraduates of the discipline It is divided into 2 sections Anatomy, Physiology and Diseases of the Eye and Practical Ophthalmology in order to provide students with material for their practical examinations and various postgraduate entrance tests Each chapter begins with a brief overview highlighting the topics covered, followed by relevant applied anatomy and physiology The text contains clear pedagogic features to assist the reader, and discusses recent advances such as refractive surgery, manual small incision cataract surgery (SICS), Phacoemulsification, new diagnostic techniques and new therapeutics Comprehensive Ophthalmology is a concise convenient textbook that will also serve as a valued addition to the library of every department of ophthalmology Contents 1 Anatomy and Development of the Eye 2 Physiology of Eye and Vision 3 Optics and Refraction 4 Diseases of the Conjunctiva 5 Diseases of the Cornea 6 Diseases of the Sclera 7 Diseases of the Uveal Tract 8 Diseases of the Lens 9 Glaucoma 10 Diseases of the Vitreous 11 Diseases of the Retina 12 Neuro-Ophthalmology 13 Strabismus and Nystagmus 14 Diseases of the Eyelids 15 Diseases of the Lacrimal Apparatus 16 Diseases of the Orbit 17 Ocular Injuries 18 Ocular Therapeutics, Lasers and Cryotherapy in Ophthalmology 19 Systemic Ophthalmology 20 Community Ophthalmology 21 Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology 22 Clinical Ophthalmic Cases 23 Darkroom Procedures 24 Ophthalmic Instruments and Operative Ophthalmology

Kirk N Gelatt, Brian C Gilger, Thomas J Kern
Veterinary Ophthalmology: Two Volume Set
(2 files)

Veterinary Ophthalmology, Fifth Edition is a fully updated version of the gold-standard reference for diseases and treatment of the animal eye in veterinary medicine With an internationally renowned list of contributing authors, the book has been revised and expanded to incorporate the most up-to-date research and information New chapters cover ophthalmic genetics and DNA tests, microsurgery, photography, camelid ophthalmology, and rabbit ophthalmology, and existing chapters feature expanded coverage of noninvasive imaging techniques, feline ophthalmology, equine ophthalmology, and marine mammals and penguins

The book retains its classic structure, with sections on basic vision sciences, the foundations of clinical ophthalmology, canine ophthalmology, and special ophthalmology, which encompasses specific coverage of most commonly treated species and chapters on neuro-ophthalmology and systemic diseases A companion website offers the images from the book available for download in PowerPoint and the references linked to CrossRef Veterinary Ophthalmology remains the most comprehensive resource for authoritative information on veterinary ophthalmology worldwide and is a key reference for anyone interested in veterinary or comparative ophthalmology

David L Williams
Ophthalmology of Exotic Pets

This quick reference handbook covers the diagnosis and treatment of eye disease in a range of exotic companion animal species, including rabbits, rodents, reptiles, birds, amphibians and fish It clarifies when extrapolation from cat or dog eyes is appropriate, or when new information is needed to ensure that diagnoses and treatments are appropriate for the particular species

Writing in an accessible and down to earth style, the author brings a wealth of personal experience to this specialised subject area The book contains many ophthalmic photographs of both anatomy in normal eyes and pathology in abnormal cases It also includes a separate chapter on the common ophthalmic features of exotic pets, discussing what can be learnt from cross-species comparison and another chapter giving a brief history of comparative ophthalmology

Ophthalmology of Exotic Pets is an invaluable aid for veterinary practitioners and students with an interest in exotic pet species, as well as for veterinary ophthalmologists

Covers lagomorphs, rodents, reptiles, birds, amphibians and fish
Offers clear guidance for species-specific treatment
Facilitates extrapolations from the cat or dog to the exotic eye
Written in a concise quick reference format
Highly illustrated with colour photographs

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