Clinical Ophthalmology: A Self-Assessment Companion

Clinical Ophthalmology: A Self-Assessment Companion

By Jack J. Kanski, MD, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth, Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Prince Charles Eye Unit, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor, UK; and Agnes Kubicka-Trzaska


Chapter 1 Ocular examination techniques

Chapter 2 Imaging Techniques

Chapter 3 Developmental malformations and anomalies

Chapter 4 Eyelids

Chapter 5 Lacrimal drainage system

Chapter 6 Orbit

Chapter 7 Dry eye disorders

Chapter 8 The conjunctiva

Chapter 9 Cornea

Chapter 10 Keratoplasty and refractive surgery

Chapter 11 Episclera and sclera

Chapter 12 Lens

Chapter 13 Glaucoma

Chapter 14 Uveitis

Chapter 15 Ocular tumours and related conditions

Chapter 16 Retinal Vascular Disease

Chapter 17 Acquired macular disorders and related conditions

Chapter 18 Fundus dystrophies

Chapter 19 Retinal detachment

Chapter 20 Strabismus

Chapter 21 Neuro-ophthalmology

Chapter 22 Drug-induced disorders

Chapter 23 Trauma

Chapter 24 Systemic diseases

Chapter 25 Referral guide for optometrists