Monday, December 17, 2007

Clinical Signs and Differential Diagnosis

Book Description
World-renowned author Jack J. Kanski and co-author Ken K. Nischal provide a new, complete, visual catalog of clinical ophthalmologic signs uniquely organized by anatomical site. This reference is an essential, first of its kind tool in ophthalmology specifically geared toward differential diagnosis. Pertinent information is succinctly provided for each disorder including diagnostic signs, ocular and systemic associations, causes, and other indicators relating to patient history and confirmation of diagnosis. More than 1,500 high-quality, color photographs and nearly 50 angiograms throughout allow you to compare directly with patient symptoms as they appear in clinical practice. This reference is a desk-side companion every ophthalmologist and optometrist will use repeatedly to match and verify diagnosis, and a valuable review tool for trainees.

Book Info
King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor, UK. Comprehensive and lavishly illustrated visual text of clinical signs in ophthalmology. Organized by region and focused on the information needed to make a quick and accurate diagnosis. Summary tables list systemic associations. For residents, ophthalmologists, optometrists, and primary care physicians. Trim size: 11.5 x 9 inches.

1 comment:

Anonymous said...

thank you... esilo is a bad format if work with win an if you exploiting translator

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