Cornea Atlas, 3rd Edition
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Get an unprecedented view of corneal disease with Cornea Atlas by Jay H. Krachmer, MD and David A. Palay, MD. Hailed as the sharpest, most accurate collection of corneal images available, it is the only atlas that offers such an easy-to-understand, up-to-date review of clinical presentations and surgical techniques for all corneal and external eye disorders."I have decided that I am going to buy this book for every rotating ophthalmology resident and give it to them to read and study (and keep) at the beginning of their cornea rotation!"
Reviewed by: Dr David Heidemann, March 2015 Table of Contents
New to This Edition
- Apply the latest techniques and advances in corneal disease and ophthalmology, including endothelial keratoplasty and deep anterior lamellar keratoplasty (DALK).
- Gain clear visual guidance on the full range of corneal and external eye disorders thanks to 1300 of the best corneal images from the world's top ophthalmologists!
- Navigate a full range of challenges from routine procedures to post-operative complications.
- Identify and examine key diagnostic features through magnified insets.
- Access the fully searchable contents online at Expert Consult.
- Sharpen your diagnostic and surgical skills for all corneal and external eye disorders - including tumors, dystrophic and degenerative disorders, inflammatory diseases, corneal manifestations of systemic disease, traumatic injuries, and therapeutic and reconstructive surgical procedures.
- Rely on the expertise of internationally renowned ophthalmologists who have developed many innovative techniques for diagnosing and treating corneal and external eye diseases.
"This is a wonderful reference on anterior segment conditions. The addition of the chapter of slit lamp techniques is welcomed and can help even seasoned ophthalmologists to fine tune their slit lamp skills."-Elizabeth Chiang, MD, PhD(Northwesern university Feinbetg School of Medicine) Doody Review: 5 stars"It is obvious that a tremendous amount of time, skill (and talent) went into creating this book. It is a masterpiece and I am going to need several weeks to properly study it. Looking at all the spectacular images not only reinvigorates my interest in cornea (and photography), but it also helps ophthalmologists, residents (and me) better learn and remember various pathologies...I have decided that I am going to buy this book for every rotating ophthalmology resident and give it to them to read and study (and keep) at the beginning of their cornea rotation!"
Reviewed by: Dr David Heidemann, March 2015
By Jay H. Krachmer, MD, Former Chairman (retired), Department of Ophthalmology, University of Minnesota Medical School, Minneapolis, MN, USA
Professor and Chair and David A Palay, MD, David A Palay MD
Associate Clinical Professor
Department of Ophthalmology