Adler's Physiology of the Eye: Clinical Application

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Paul Leon Kaufman, A. Alm, Francis Heed Adler
Mosby, 2003 - Medical - 876 pages
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Here's the meticulously revised and updated 10th Edition of this classic text on the physiology of the eye. Readers will find unparalleled coverage of the full range of topics needed to understand all of the complex functions of the eye, including optics, electrophysiology of the retinal system, visual acuity, color vision, ocular circulation, and more. Perfect for exam preparation, or as a quick reference for practitioners, the New Edition features updated content on the extraocular muscle and the vitreous...expert discussions of neuro-circuitry and the retina ...plus a wealth of brand-new color illustrations.

  • Comprehensively covers all aspects of ocular physiology.


  • Features updated and streamlined coverage of the extraocular muscle as well as the vitreous.
  • Includes new discussions of neuro-circuitry of the retina and visual acuity, as well as current hot topics such as ophthalmic facial anatomy and physiology
  • development of vision in infancy
  • color vision
  • ocular circulation
  • and neural control of eye movements.
  • Contains a brand-new, full-color insert containing photomicrographs of normal and abnormal ocular physiology, anatomical illustrations, fundus photographs, and clinical material.
  • Offers the expertise of new world-class editors and contributors.


With 47 Contributors.

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