Gass' Atlas of Macular Diseases, 5th Edition
2-Volume Set - Expert Consult: Online and Print
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"... appropriate for highly ambitious residents, retina fellows and specialists, and general ophthalmologists who are looking for an excellent reference book with a proud lineage and impeccable reputation." By ESCRS EuroTimes (European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery), Apr 2015
New to This Edition
- Get expert diagnostic guidance under the new authorship of Dr. Anita Agarwal, a protégé of Dr. Gass who has compiled the ultimate collection of images and hard-to-find case studies from around the world.
- Visualize the conditions you’re likely to see in practice and confirm your diagnoses by comparing your clinical findings to more than 5,500 images and illustrations (over 3,500 in full color).
- Obtain thorough advice on imaging and recognition of a full range of common and rare macular diseases using the latest approaches including fluorescein angiography, optical coherence tomography (OCT), indocyanine green (ICG), and fundus autofluorescence.
- Search the complete text online, download the illustrations and view a bonus stereoscopic image gallery at www.expertconsult.com.
- Rely on the same unique, richly illustrated case-descriptive format-encompassing history, clinical examination, and follow-up-that popularized the original book by the late Dr. Donald Gass, the famed ophthalmologist whose clinical expertise set new standards in macular diagnosis.
"The scope of the atlas is remarkable, covering everything from diseases seen in daily practice to those we’ve never heard of, like Bothnia dystrophy and Leigh syndrome.
Gass’ Atlas is most appropriate for highly ambitious residents, retina fellows and specialists, and general ophthalmologists who are looking for an excellent reference book with a proud lineage and impeccable reputation."
By ESCRS EuroTimes (European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgery), Apr 2015
By Anita Agarwal, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Vanderbilt Eye Institute, Vanderbilt University School of Medicine, Nashville, TN