This beautifully illustrated atlas is designed to help medical students, general practitioners and other health professionals to recognise common ophthalmological conditions. The illustrations are accompanied by a concise text which describes the most important features of each condition.
Preface; Acknowledgements;List of illustrations; The normal eye; The orbit; The Lids; The lids: inflammatory lesions; The lids: skin conditions; The lids: neoplasms; The lacrimal system; The conjunctiva: inflammations; Viral conjunctivitis; The conjunctiva: miscellaneous conditions; Conjunctival and epibulbar tumours; The cornea: inflammations; The cornea: inflammations; The sclera; The iris and ciliary body: inflammations; The iris and ciliary body: neoplasms; Trauma to the anterior segment. The lens; Glaucoma; Abnormalities of ocular movements; Errors of refraction; The normal fundus; Arteriosclerosis and hypertension; Arterial and venous occlusions; Diabetic retinopathy; The fundus in blood diseases.; Miscellaneous conditions involving the retina; Choroiditis; Toxoplasmosis and toxocariasis; Optic disc changes; Congenital anomalies of the fundus; Trauma to the posterior segment; Neoplasms of the posterior segment; Retinal detatchment; Retinitis pigmentosa; Heredo-macular degenerations; Senile macular degenerations; Miscellaneous fundus conditions; Ophthalmic HIV; Assessing loss of vision and painful eyes; Index
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- © Butterworth-Heinemann 1994
- 21st January 1998
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