This invaluable text for anyone interested in the eye and contact lens wear presents a concise, up-to-date review of the anterior eye and therapeutics, a subject with far reaching implications for future practice. Balanced, critical content presents the very latest information in a highly readable format so readers can find specific information quickly. In addition to the necessary basic science, it offers sound, clinical advice and evidence-based research findings. Superb illustrations clarify visual concepts and help readers apply knowledge to optometry practice.
- Follows a practice-based approach, guiding the reader through the entire process from diagnosis to management.
- Brings the reader completely up to date on the latest research, discussing the implications of important findings and developments.
- Reviews all the background information, including basic science, making the text accessible to all readers involved with contact lens wear.
- Clinical recognition of anterior segment disease
2. Infectious and non-infectious inflammation
3. The pathogenesis of infectious anterior segment disease
4. Therapeutics - how do they work
5. The role of the optometrist in the management of anterior segment disease
6. Allergic eye disease
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- © BH/BCLA 2003
- 7th May 2003
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Cornea and Contact Lens Research Unit, University of South Wales, Sydney