Clinical Examination in Ophthalmology

In a clear and systematic style, Clinical Examination in Cardiology explains the basic methods followed in ocular examination.

The book is specially designed for UG medical students as well as those pursuing more advanced PG courses on ophthalmology. Clinicians would also find it an extremely useful reference source.

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Book information

  • Published: September 2006
  • Imprint: ELSEVIER
  • ISBN: 978-81-312-3166-1


Table of Contents

Chapter 1 Symptomatology and History Taking 1

Chapter 2 Examination of Vision and Recording of Visual Acuity 14

Chapter 3 Examination of Eyes Under Diffuse Light 37

Chapter 4 Examination of Eyes Under Focal Illumination 42

Chapter 5 Examination of the Lid 49

Chapter 6 Evaluation of a Case of Ptosis 65

Chapter 7 Examination of the Lacrimal System 74

Chapter 8 Examination of the Conjunctiva 81

Chapter 9 Examination of the Globe, Cornea and Sclera 100

Chapter 10 Evaluation of an Eye with Disorder of Tear Film 127

Chapter 11 Examination of Anterior Chamber 134

Chapter 12 Examination of Iris, Ciliary Body and Choroid 141

Chapter 13 Examination of Lens and Evaluation of an Eye for Lens Extraction 158

Chapter 14 Measurement of Intraocular Tension 173

Chapter 15 Examination of Eyes with Abnormal Intraocular Tension 180

Chapter 16 Examination of the Eyes Requiring Optical Correction 213

Chapter 17 Examination of a Case of Squint 232

Chapter 18 Neurological Examination of the Pupil 278

Chapter 19 Examination of the Orbit and Radiology of Ophthalmic Interest 285

Chapter 20 Examination of Retina and Macula 309

Chapter 21 Examination of Vitreous 343

Chapter 22 Examination of the Optic Nerve and the Visual Pathway 349

Chapter 23 Examination of Eyes in Paediatric Age 365