lunes, 8 de febrero de 2010

Rapid Diagnosis in Ophthalmology Series: Neuro-Ophthalmology

Rapid Diagnosis in Ophthalmology Series: Neuro-Ophthalmology
By Jonathan D. Trobe, MD

264 pages
Trim Size 5 7/16 X 8 1/2 in
Copyright 2008

This title in the Rapid Diagnosis in Ophthalmology Series presents a wealth of full-color images - along with differential diagnoses - in side-by-side page layouts to assist you in identifying a full range of neuro-ophthalmic disorders. A templated format expedites access to the guidance you need to diagnose the most common conditions related to Neuro-Ophthalmology - from simple to complex - encountered in practice.

SERIES EDITORS: Jay S. Duker, MD, Director, New England Eye Center, Vitreoretinal Diseases and Surgery Service; Director, Pediatric Retinal Referral Center, Uveitis & Immunology Service; Professor and Chair of Ophthalmology, Tufts University School of Medicine, Boston, MA and Marian S. Macsai, MD, Chief, Division of Ophthalmology, Evanston Northwestern Healthcare; Professor and Vice-Chair of the Department of Ophthalmology, Feinberg School of Medicine, Northwestern University, MI
The language is simple and accessible to an intermediate-level English speaker. Neuro-ophthalmology has often been considered one of the most complicated subjects in ophthalmology. However, readers may change their mind after reading this pocketbook. The information is correct and comprehen¬sive. It is appropriate for readers of a low to middle level range of knowledge, covering all the important topics of neuro-ophthalmology. Overall, the title, presentation, organisation, content and style aptly reflect the aim of the book. I would recommend this compact and user-friendly pocketbook.
* Coverage of cutting-edge topics including transient visual loss, congenital and acquired optic neuropathies, chiasmal and retrochiasmal vision disorders, nystagmus, and many more, help you keep your knowledge up to date.

* Hundreds of full-color images present conditions as they present in real life.

* Common diagnostic pitfalls discuss what to look out for when making a difficult diagnosis.

* A templated, color-coded layout and differential diagnosis boxes for each condition help you make quick, accurate clinical decisions.

* A focus on the most common conditions encountered in practice allows you to efficiently formulate treatment plans and referrals.


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Anónimo dijo...

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