A wide array of conditions
There are several ways to learn. Some, like multiple-choice questions or bulleted outlines, offer only snippets of information. Ophthalmology Review: A Case-Study Approach (Thieme), by Kuldev Singh, William E. Smiddy and Andrew G. Lee, offers a different approach. This study guide is a practical, case-based reference covering a wide array of common-to-serious ophthalmic conditions encountered in daily practice.
Nearly 100 real-world patient management cases are carefully described in three pages each, utilising a typical clinical scenario to present and discuss the history and examination findings of a particular pathology.
From ocular hypertension to retinitis pigmentosa and from childhood esotropia to the white dot syndromes, this book is intended to help both trainees and general ophthalmologists develop an effective methodology of patient treatment.