Ophthalmology, 3rd Edition
An Illustrated Colour Text
New to This Edition
- Thoroughly updated to reflect current clinical practice.
- Additional material on macular degeneration.
- New and relacement images to reflect use of new imaging modalities.
- Presents the core knowledge of ophthalmology and disorders of the eye, with a wealth of friendly features and superb illustrations.
- Relates structure to function in accordance with the approach that most of today's courses take.
- Tackles the common difficulties of diagnosis and management, such as acute red eye, sudden vision loss, and spots before the eyes, in the clinical decision-making section.
Reviews of previous edition:
This book is a good guide to ophthalmology with a to-the-point attitude...which is in full colour. -- Mad magazine, the official journal of Barts and The London Students' Association
This is the book for the ones who are tired of heavy, difficult to read and unorganised medical literature...This 'key elements' frame is good for using both as an introduction to each theme and for summing up/repetition. -- Medical Student, Norwegian University of Science and Technology, Trondheim
I already own several books in the ‘Illustrated Colour Text' series, and like the approach to medical specialties...The information given is written in a style easy for the non-specialist to understand, but gives enough detail to give a good understanding of the topic being covered...Overall I found this book to be a useful addition to my medical library, I look forward to using it when I come to study my ophthalmology block and will recommend it to my peers. -- Medical Student, Dundee University, UK
By Mark Batterbury, Bsc, FRCS(Glasg), FRCOphth, Consultant Ophthalmologist, St Paul's Eye Unit, Royal Liverpool and Broadgreen University Hospitals NHS Trust, Director of Clinical Studies and Honorary Lecturer, Departments of Medicine and Orthoptics, University of Liverpool, Liverpool, UK; Brad Bowling, FRCSEd(Ophth), FRCOphth, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Buckinghamshire Hospitals NHS Trust, Buckinghamshire, UK and Conor Murphy, MMedSc FRCOphth PhD, Professor of Ophthalmology and Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland and Royal Victoria Eye and Ear Hospital, Dublin, Ireland