ATLAS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY -Basak
Publish Year 2013
Size 6.25" X 9.5"
Cover Type Hard Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 1975
The First edition of this book Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology has gained extreme popularity among postgraduate students, colleagues and comprehensive ophthalmologists both nationally and internationally.. The new edition boasts over more than 600 additional photographs and majority of the old photographs are replaced with new ones. The new photographs are taken with the help of Haag-Streit BX-900 Photo-Slit Lamp and the Zeiss FF450-plus-ir fundus camera is also a new one (thus contributing to the quality of the photographs). The basic structure of the book has been kept intact because clarity in presentation is what was behind the making of such an atlas. Each chapter deals with a single part of the eye. The book starts from the diseases of the Eyelids, penetrates deeper and deeper, gradually progressing towards the diseases of the retina and ends with ocular injuries. The accompanying concise textual outlines along with major and minor signs side-by-side for each disease or disorder have been updated.
Atlas of Clinical Ophthalmology covers the various common and uncommon diseases and disorders in ophthalmology through wonderful color photographs. Over 3,500 colored photographs spread over 16 chapters from different angles have been included to recognize the diseases starting from the eyelids to the retina including ocular injuries. There are more than 150 fundus fluorescein angiograms that are amazingly clear to understand the colored fundus photographs. The textual online next to each photograph is concise and lucid. This book is intended to create an ophthalmo-photographic bridge between the postgraduate trainees, fellow ophthalmologists, comprehensive ophthalmologists and specialist ophthalmologists. It will serve as a ready reckoner in most clinical situations. This sea of work will ease disease for every ophthalmologist at ease beyond words