Handbook Of Vitreo-retinal Disorder Management: A Practical Reference Guide

Handbook Of Vitreo-retinal Disorder Management: A Practical Reference Guide

A Practical Reference Guide

Susanna S Park

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This unique one-volume handbook provides a quick and concise reference guide for practising ophthalmologists, retinal specialists, vitreo-retinal fellows, ophthalmology residents and optometrists on the latest recommendations for managing common vitreo-retinal disorders seen in everyday retina practise.

It provides comprehensive and essential information on diagnosis and management in outline and table format for conciseness and quick access. Color illustrations of important clinical manifestations are provided in an appendix.

Dr Susanna Park is a Professor of ophthalmology and Director of Vitreo-retinal Fellowship and Ocular Oncology at the University of California Davis Eye Center. She has over 20 years clinical experience as a vitreo-retinal specialist and published over 100 journal papers and book chapters on the subject.

This unique one-volume handbook provides a quick and concise reference guide for practising ophthalmologists, retinal specialists, vitreo-retinal fellows, ophthalmology residents and optometrists on the latest recommendations for managing common vitreo-retinal disorders seen in everyday retina practise.

It provides comprehensive and essential information on diagnosis and management in outline and table format for conciseness and quick access. Color illustrations of important clinical manifestations are provided in an appendix.

Dr Susanna Park is a Professor of ophthalmology and Director of Vitreo-retinal Fellowship and Ocular Oncology at the University of California Davis Eye Center. She has over 20 years clinical experience as a vitreo-retinal specialist and published over 100 journal papers and book chapters on the subject.

Readership: Practicing opthalmologists, retinal specialists, vitreo-retinal fellows, ophthalmology residents and optometrists.
Key Features:
  • The volume is compact and self-contained
  • No competing titles to the best of author's knowledge
  • Outline bullet format of presentation makes retrieval of information easier


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