e-books in Ophthalmology category
by Frank Eperjesi, Hannah Bartlett - MDPI AG , 2015
This book focuses on the mechanisms and use of nutrition and supplementation in the prevention and slowing of congenital and acquired eye disease. This topic is becoming increasingly important because of the ageing population in developed countries.
by Gunter K. von Noorden, Emilio C. Campos - Mosby , 2001
This classic text continues to provide you with everything you need to diagnose and treat the full spectrum of disorders. It presents the latest information on the pharmacological treatment of amblyopia, chemodenveration in place of surgery, etc.
by A.S. Percival - Longmans, Green, and Co. , 1913
This book is primarily intended for medical students as a textbook on the subject of Geometrical Optics for their preliminary scientific examinations, though it practically contains all the Optics required by an ophthalmic surgeon.
by Farhan Husain Zaidi (ed.) - InTech , 2013
Cataract is the leading cause of blindness in the world and cataract surgery is the most commonly performed operation worldwide. The authors of the book discuss both the generality of the field and the details of a number of important topics.
by Adedayo Adio (ed.) - InTech , 2012
This comprehensive resource on ocular diseases will provide you with a better and more practical understanding of the science behind eye disease and help you to relate it with treatment. A unique blend of basic science and clinical applications.
by Shimon Rumelt - InTech , 2011
This book addresses the basic and clinical science of glaucomas, a group of diseases that affect the optic nerve and visual fields and is usually accompanied by increased intraocular pressure. The book incorporates the latest development.
- National Collaborating Centre for Acute Care , 2009
This guideline covers adults (18 and older) with a diagnosis of chronic open angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension and those with chronic open angle glaucoma or ocular hypertension associated with pseudoexfoliation or pigment dispersion.
by Jonathan D. Walker - Deluma Medical Publishers , 2009
This is an appropriately balanced, straightforward guide to the management of diabetic retinopathy geared toward the general ophthalmologist. It is designed to transfer useful techniques for the clinical management of diabetic patients.
by Jeffrey W. Kiel - Morgan & Claypool Publishers , 2010
This presentation describes the unique anatomy and physiology of the vascular beds that serve the eye. The specialized tissues of the eye and its structural design features give rise to the fascinating physiology of the ocular circulations.
by Peter K. Kaiser - York University , 2009
The purpose of this book is to stimulate interest on a topic that has been a joy to the author for more than 35 years. This web book will help you to learn about your sense of vision and encourage you to find out more about visual perception.
by J. W. Sowka, A. S. Gurwood, A. G. Kabat - Review of Optometry , 2011
A quick reference on the most commonly encountered ocular diseases that offers readers the authors' perspectives in dealing with these conditions. All perspectives are backed through scrupulous research and reflect evidence based medicine.
by David H. Hubel - W. H. Freeman , 1995
Hubel, a Nobel Prize winner, begins by explaining the structure and function of the retina and visual areas of the brain, then proceeds to more complex phenomena, such as how the brain and eyes together produce stereoscopic and color vision.
by H. Kolb, E. Fernandez, R. Nelson - National Library of Medicine , 2008
The text summarizes the recent advances and present understanding of the neural organization of the mammalian retina. The material is presented at the cutting edge of the present knowledge, but in a way that is also accessible to non-expert people.