Ophthalmology Clinics-I for Postgraduates 2nd/2024

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  • Prafulla Kumar Maharana, Namrata Sharma, Atul Kumar
  • 9789356968776
  • Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers (P) Ltd
  • 2nd
  • 2024
  • 1 K.g.
  • 534
  • Paper Back
  • New
  • In Stock
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This book attempts to present the important topics in a format that is exactly same as required in the practical exams. The primary focus is on history taking and proper clinical examination of the cases. Every effort has been made to describe the procedures of clinical examinations in such a way that the candidate can perform these examination techniques accurately in front of the examiner. Special emphasis has been given to the differential diagnosis of the cases, which is often a favourite question amongst the examiner. Clinical photographs of the cases as well as the important signs and investigation findings have been provided that will help the students for better understanding of the cases. The cases are being selected after discussing with experts in this field as well as candidates who have recently appeared in various postgraduate exams. Each chapter ends with a section on viva-voce questions that will help the candidates to mentally prepare for the viva before the final exam. In addition, a chapter on instruments has been included which is invariably a part of all postgraduate practical exams.

  • Ophthalmology Clinics is a book primarily dealing with “How to approach a case in clinical practice” Students doing MD/MS/DNB/Diploma/Fellowship all over India and abroad have to appear in various exams for degree as well as fellowship.
  • In exams, the cases are to be presented in a manner, which is never given in any standard textbook.
  • In addition, while dealing with cases in clinic the clinicians has to approach systematically taking into consideration all the clinical findings.
  • Standard textbooks never describe the topics in the way a clinician has to approach.
  • This book presents the cases in a manner that will help the students and the clinicians to understand how to approach a case and arrive at a clinical diagnosis.
  • The book contains 32 long cases and 48 short/spot cases, commonly asked in post-graduate exams.
  • In addition, it includes a chapter on instruments that is often a universal component of all post-graduate viva voice exams.
  • We expect our effort would ease the pressure of post-graduate students friendly.

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