Ocular Disease: Mechanisms and Management E-Book
Ocular Disease-a newly introduced companion volume to the classic Adler's Physiology of the Eye-correlates basic science and clinical management to describe the how and why of eye disease processes and the related best management protocols. Editors Leonard A. Levin and Daniel M. Albert-two of the world's leading ophthalmic clinician-scientists-have recruited as contributors the most expert and experienced authorities available in each of the major areas of ophthalmic disease specific to ophthalmology: retina, cornea, cataract, glaucoma, uveitis, and more. The concise chapter structure features liberal use of color-with 330 full-color line artworks, call-out boxes, summaries, and schematics for easy navigation and understanding. This comprehensive resource provides you with a better and more practical understanding of the science behind eye disease and its relation to treatment.
- Covers all areas of disease in ophthalmology including retina, cornea, cataract, glaucoma, and uveitis for the comprehensive information you need for managing clinical cases.
- Presents a unique and pragmatic blend of necessary basic science and clinical application to serve as a clinical guide to understanding the cause and rational management of ocular disease.
- Features 330 full-color line artworks that translate difficult concepts and discussions into concise schematics for improved understanding and comprehension.
- Provides the expert advice of internationally recognized editors with over 40 years of experience together with a group of world class contributors in basic science and clinical ophthalmology.
By Leonard A Levin, MD, PhD, Canada Research Chair of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, Univerisity of Montreal, Montreal, Quebec, Canada; Professor of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA and Daniel M. Albert, MD, MS, RRF Emmett A. Humble Distinguished Director of the UW Eye Research Institute; F.A Davis Professor, Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences, School of Medicine and Public Health, University of Wisconsin, Madison, WI, USA.