Parsons Diseases of the Eye 24th/2024

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  • Ramanjit Sihota, Radhika Tandon
  • 9788131267011
  • Elsevier Health Sciences, India
  • 24th
  • 2024
  • 1.7 K.g.
  • Paper Back
  • New
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Content thoroughly revised and updated • Addition of new clinical pictures and digital ancillaries • Information presentation re-aligned for better understanding • Key to competency codes added • Guidelines for approach to investigations provided SALIENT FEATURES • Compliant with new competency based curriculum • Learning objectives clearly defined at the beginning of each chapter • Case studies including clinically relevant radiological images provided to illustrate practical aspects • Content updated with new photographs and latest knowledge in all fields • Complimentary access to: o E book o Procedural videos o Chapter-wise MCQs with answers Description - Parsons’ Diseases of the Eye has served as a trusted textbook of Ophthalmology for undergraduate students for well over 100 years. It also meets the needs of postgraduate students and practising clinicians as a useful guide to basic concepts and a comprehensive compendium of knowledge for ophthalmic care. First published in 1907, the book soon became a fundamental text for students on account of its clear descriptive style and thorough coverage of the practical aspects of ocular disorders. Over the years, the book has maintained its clinical relevance through periodic revisions with suitable updates and hence retained its prime position at the top of its field. The 19th edition of the book was a landmark adaptation to the context of the Indian subcontinent with a specially curated region specific content upgradation. Subsequent editions including 24th current edition have served to build on this platform: continuously evolving to match the changes in the academic curriculum, remaining contemporary with global best practices and aligning with modern teaching - learning philosophies."

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