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cover image - Ophthalmology Secrets in Color,4th Edition
ISBN: 9780323323086
Page Count: 464
Imprint: Elsevier
List Price: $56.99

Ophthalmology Secrets in Color, 4th Edition

by Janice Gault, MD, FACS and James F. Vander, MD


cover image - Ophthalmology Secrets in Color,4th Edition
ISBN: 9780323323086
Page Count: 464
Imprint: Elsevier
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Portable and high yield, Ophthalmology Secrets in Color is perfect for use in clerkships, for exam prep, or as a handy clinical reference. From basic science to problems of the aging eye, it covers everything you need to stay abreast of the latest in this broad specialty. A bestselling volume in the popular Secret Series®, its Q&A format, helpful lists and tables, and informal tone combine to make reference fast, easy, and enjoyable.

"This is a quality book that multiple audiences may find helpful. The question-and-answer presentation, along with the easy-to-read, high-yield format make for an enjoyable read that benefits students, residents, and clinicians alike." - Nathan V Harms, M.D. (University of Nebraska College of Medicine)

    • A question-and-answer format, bulleted lists, mnemonics, and practical tips from the authors expedite reference and review.
    • Two-color page layout, "Key Points" boxes, and lists of useful websites enhance your reference power.
    • Top 100 Secrets section combines the top 100, high-yield facts into one chapter, providing a concise overview of the latest issues in ophthalmology.
    • High-yield content is ideal for exam preparation.
    • Key clinical images are presented in full-color.
    • Portable size is designed to fit perfectly into a lab coat pocket.
    • Updated chapters reflect the latest advances in ophthalmology.
    • Expert Consult eBook version included with purchase. This enhanced eBook experience gives access to the text, figures, and references on a variety of devices.
  • Chapter 1: Clinical Anatomy of the Eye

      Kenneth B. Gum

    Chapter 2: Anatomy of the Orbit and Eyelid

      Edward H. Bedrossian, Jr.

    Chapter 3: Optics and Refraction

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 4: Color Vision

      Mitchell S. Fineman

    Chapter 5: Ophthalmic and Orbital Testing

      Caroline R. Baumal and Michael D. Tibbitts

    Chapter 6: Visual Fields

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 7: The Red Eye

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 8: Corneal Infections

      Nisha Mukherjee, Sherman W. Reeves, Elisabeth J. Cohen, and Terry Kim

    Chapter 9: Ophthalmia Neonatorum

      Janine G. Tabas and Kristin M. DiDomenico

    Chapter 10: Topical Antibiotics and Steroids

      Amir A. Azari and Christopher J. Rapuano

    Chapter 11: Dry Eyes

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 12: Corneal Dystrophies

      Sadeer B. Hannush and Lorena Riveroll-Hannush

    Chapter 13: Keratoconus

      Irving Raber

    Chapter 14: Refractive Surgery

      Sebastian P. Lesniak and Brandon D. Ayres

    Chapter 15: Glaucoma

      Mary J. Cox and George L. Spaeth

    Chapter 16: Angle-Closure Glaucoma

      Paul Harasymowycz, Jing Wang, and George L. Spaeth 

    Chapter 17: Secondary Open-Angle Glaucoma

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 18: Medical Treatment of Glaucoma

      Grace L. Kim, Alexander B. Theventhiran, Jeffrey D. Henderer, and Richard P. Wilson 

    Chapter 19: Trabeculectomy Surgery

      Marlene R. Moster and Augusto Azuara-Blanco

    Chapter 20: Traumatic Glaucoma and Hyphema

      Douglas J. Rhee and Shipra Gupta

    Chapter 21: Cataracts

      Richard Tipperman

    Chapter 22: Techniques of Cataract Surgery

      Sydney Tyson

    Chapter 23: Complications of Cataract Surgery

      John D. Dugan, Jr. and Robert S. Bailey, Jr. 

    Chapter 24: Amblyopia

      Lauren B. Yeager and Steven E. Brooks 

    Chapter 25: Esodeviations

      Scott E. Olitsky and Leonard B. Nelson

    Chapter 26: Miscellaneous Ocular Deviations

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 27: Strabismus Surgery

      Bruce M. Schnall

    Chapter 28: Nystagmus

      Jonathan H. Salvin

    Chapter 29: The Pupil

      Mark L. Moster, Barry Schanzer, and Peter J. Savino

    Chapter 30: Diplopia

      Tal J. Rubinstein and Julian D. Perry

    Chapter 31: Optic Neuritis

      Mark L. Moster, Barry Schanzer, and Peter J. Savino

    Chapter 32: Miscellaneous Optic Neuropathies and Neurologic Disturbances

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 33: Tearing and the Lacrimal System

      Nancy G. Swartz and Marc S. Cohen

    Chapter 34: Proptosis

      David G. Buerger

    Chapter 35: Thyroid Eye Disease

      Robert B. Penne

    Chapter 36: Orbital Inflammatory Diseases

      Nicole A. Langelier, Usiwoma Abugo, and Roberta E. Gausas

    Chapter 37: Ptosis

      Carolyn S. Repke

    Chapter 38: Eyelid Tumors

      Janice A. Gault

    Chapter 39: Uveitis

      Tamara R. Vrabec, Caroline R. Baumal, and Vincent F. Baldassano, Jr. 

    Chapter 40: Toxic Retinopathies

      Chrysoula Koutsiouki, Sobha Sivaprasad, and Philip G. Hykin

    Chapter 41: Coats Disease

      William Tasman

    Chapter 42: Fundus Trauma

      Jeffrey P. Blice

    Chapter 43: Age-Related Macular Degeneration

      Joseph I. Maguire II

    Chapter 44: Retinopathy of Prematurity

      James F. Vander

    Chapter 45: Diabetic Retinopathy

      James F. Vander

    Chapter 46: Retinal Arterial Obstruction

      Rebecca Droms and Jay S. Duker

    Chapter 47: Retinal Venous Occlusive Disease

      Ehsan Rahimy

    Chapter 48: Retinal Detachment

      Michael J. Borne and James F. Vander

    Chapter 49: Retinoblastoma

      Carol L. Shields

    Chapter 50: Pigmented Lesions of the Ocular Fundus

      Jerry A. Shields and Carol L. Shields

    Chapter 51: Ocular Tumors

      Ralph C. Eagle Jr.

    Chapter 52: Orbital Tumors

      Jurij R. Bilyk

  • Janice Gault, MD, FACS, Associate Surgeon, Cataract and Primary Eye Care Service, Wills Eye Hospital, Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania; Eye Physicians PC, Voorhees, New Jersey and James F. Vander, MD, Attending Surgeon, Retina Service, Wills Eye Hospital; Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, Thomas Jefferson University, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania
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