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