Handbook of Neuro-Ophthalmology, 2nd Edition
Diagnosis & Treatment
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The revised and updated 2nd Edition of this popular handbook offers practical, clinical guidance on the diagnosis and therapeutic management of the 22 most common neuro-ophthalmic disorders. Pocket-sized for portability, it's organized to make essential information easy to find. Each chapter follows the same consistent format—overview and etiology, physical examination, differential diagnosis, investigation and treatment. Photographs, figures, and tables summarize data for quick reference, and case reports throughout illustrate approaches to treatment. Five brand-new chapters on orbital disease reflect the growing prevalence of this disorder in practice.Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Features 5 new chapters:
- Orbital Fractures
- Malignant Eyelid Tumors
- Lacrimal Gland Tumors
- and Orbital Tumors.
- Covers the hottest topics in the field, including headaches
- low tension glaucoma
- traumatic optic neuropathy
- orbital fractures
- orbital tumors · optic neuritis · nystagmous · anterior ischemic optic neuropathy · temporal arteritis · and many more.
- Provides portable, quick access to information on diagnosis and treatment.
- Includes case reports, illustrating specific treatment approaches.
- Presents abundant photographs, figures and tables, summarizing data for quick reference.
- Follows a consistent format from chapter to chapter outlining etiology · physical examination · differential diagnosis · investigation · and treatment.
"Treatment sections are full, descriptive and complete with various options and modalities, further highlighted by the authors' personal clinical experiences.
A great companion for any eye care professional and a wonderful guide to take along to clinic. It can assist in managing tough cases and be used to get confirmation on a particular treatment, sign or symptom. After seeing a particular condition in the field, this book will also help as a comprehensive review."
-Ocular Surgery News
By Robert L. Tomsak, MD, PhD, Associate Professor of Neurology and Ophthalmology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; and Mark R. Levine, MD, Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Case Western Reserve University School of Medicine, Cleveland, OH; Private Practice, Plastic and Reconstructive Surgery and General Ophthalmology, South Euclid