Clinical Ophthalmology for Postgraduate Students 1st/2024 (3 Vols)

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  • AK Khurana
  • 9789354665677
  • CBS Publishers & Distributors
  • 1st
  • 2024
  • 6.8 K.g.
  • 2384
  • 3 Vols
  • Hard Cover
  • New
  • In Stock
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This book is the result of extensive research and collaboration with the leading Indian experts in the field. The text has been organized into 12 sections, each section handled by with dedicated section editors, and the entire text arranged into three distinctive volumes.

Salient features of the book

  • Text includes recent advances and is designed to meet the needs of postgraduate students and residents of ophthalmology.
  • Chapters have been written by different authors who are masters in their fields with an uncanny knack of picking up the right perspectives.
  • Efforts have been made to keep the layout and organization of each section as well as chapter uniform.
  • Text is organized in such a way that the students can easily understand, retain and reproduce it. Various levels of headings, subheadings, and typographic patterns (bold face and italics) given in the text will be helpful for the quick revision.
  • Brief list of chapter content given in the beginning of each chapter provides a clear layout of the text.
  • The book has been profusely illustrated with high quality photographs and computer-drawn colour line diagrams which provide vivid details.
  • Exposition of the text is such that an average postgraduate student will find it easy to glean through and assimilate the facts for quick understanding and longer retention.

Volume 1 includes four sections: •Diseases of Conjunctiva and Ocular Surface, •Diseases of Cornea, •Disorders of Episclera and Sclera, •Disorders of Uvea

Volume 2 comprises three sections: •Disorders of Lens and Cataract Surgery, •Glaucoma, •Disorders of Retina and Vitreous

Volume 3 includes five sections: •Neuro-Ophthalmology, •Disorders of Eyelids and Oculoplasty,•Disorders of Lacrimal system, •Disorders of Orbit, •Ocular trauma

The book is slated to serve as an essential resource for residents in training as well as young practising ophthalmologists.

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