Monday, January 14, 2008

Ophthalmology (Ophthalmology (Mosby))
Maryon Yanoff

JAMA, June 23/30 2004 - Vol 291, No. 24, page 3016
One of the most comprehensive, up-to-date single reference texts in the field, with little, if anything, to fault.

"The individual chapter authors read like a Who's Who of ophthalmology. Each chapter is extensively referenced. The numerous color illustrations are all of excellent quality, particularly evident and valuable in the extensive color retinal photography. Overall, Ophthalmology is one of the most comprehensive and up-to-date single reference texts in the field."--JAMA, June 23/30, 2004Vol 291, No 24

Highly commended by the British Medical Association, 2004.

This is the most comprehensive one-volume textbook of ophthalmology. The book is superbly structured and comprises 12 parts clearly separated by colour coding; each part covers a varying number of chapters.The illustrations...are unique and homogenous throughout all chapters. One cannot but be impressed by this book's format. There is no doubt that this textbook is of extraordinary quality: an ideal desk reference for the ophthalmologist, an ideal basis for the resident in training in ophthalmology, a "handy library of ophthalmology" in one single book.
Graefe's Arch Clin Exp Ophthalmology


Anonymous said...

thanks for the upload,,,is this a pc edition or pdb file?

Shirish said...

Mate thanks for all these wonderful books. My request to you is still... any books on retina? Specifically like Stephen Ryan or Yannuzzi.. Keep up the good work.

Anonymous said...

Is a pdb file

Anonymous said...

dear brother ..u did a great things for all of us ..
though this file is pdb & I failed to convert it to pdf , still own 4 u with a big thank u..

Anonymous said...

what program can open the pdb file h can,t open it

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