PRACTICAL HANDBOOK OF FLUORESCEIN ANGIOGRAPHY -Lumbroso
Publish Year 2014
Size 8.5" X 11"
Cover Type Paper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 565
In this new Fluorescein Angiography interpretation handbook, the author systematically follows a rational method to interpret medical ophthalmological imaging. Accurate analysis comes before synthesis deduction and diagnosis. Diagnosis is the product of logical processes. The inability to formulate an exact diagnosis could be due to the insufficient logical exploitation of one's knowledge.
Even now, with the extensive use of OCT, Fluorescein Angiography remains absolutely necessary in clinical ophthalmology to detect and highlight retinal alterations in morphology and structure.
Widely illustrated with Fluorescein Angiography figures but also, when necessary with ICG, Autofluorescence, sagittal and frontal OCT images, this concise handbook intends to show how to read and interpret Fluorescein Angiography imaging, documenting and diagnosing the most common retinal pathologies. Several tables offer guidance through everyday disorders, but also in the difficult study of the rarest and most difficult diagnoses. This handbook illustrates a logical and simple analysis and interpretation method of Fluorescein Angiography imaging, clearly stating the steps required to reach a diagnosis.
The aim of this new Fluorescein Angiography interpretation handbook is to help, not only young doctors and residents but also ophthalmologists more expert with retinal diseases, reach a correct diagnosis through a step-by-step logical method.