The Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Illustrated Manual of Ophthalmology
Conveniently organized by anatomical site, this portable, full-color guide helps practitioners to easily and accurately recognize and identify a full range of common eye disorders. The New Edition offers new and updated information throughout, better clinical photographs, five new appendices including those on lasers and differential diagnosis, and more detail to all treatment sections. " Well organized and beautifully illustrated.an excellent reference source for both identification and elucidation of ocular problems" (Ophthalmic Practice, review of 1st Edition)
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