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Ocular Treatment: Evidence Based

  • Authors: Frederick Hampton Roy, Renee Tindall
  • ISBN: 9789351522461
  • Publisher: Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
  • Edition: 1st
  • Publication Date: January 31, 2016
  • Format: Paperback – 1268 Pages
  • Language: English


This manual is a complete guide to the diagnosis and management of ocular disorders and diseases. Divided into 35 sections, further divided by sub-specialty, the book presents more than 1000 common and uncommon conditions.

Each disorder is systematically arranged in a consistent format, beginning with a brief description, followed by clinical observation, laboratory diagnosis, and treatment. Drug dosage and administration are discussed in depth and each disorder concludes with a bibliography for further reading.

Disorders are listed alphabetically for quick reference, and can be searched either by anatomical region or by classification of the disorder.

Written by internationally recognized Frederick Hampton Roy, and co-author, Renee Tindall, both from Hampton Roy Eyecare, Arkansas; this comprehensive book includes numerous clinical photographs, diagrams and tables, to enhance learning.

Key Features
  • The approach of the book is to take selected differential diagnosis from Ocular Differential Diagnosis (ODDX) and combine with Ocular Syndromes and Systemic Disease.
  • This provides evidence-based differential diagnosis with listings with each item.
  • Ptosis, for example, has large categories of congenial and adult-onset ptosis.
  • These disease entities are divided into age of onset and then a descriptive list of possible causes are listed under each category.
  • Although drug dosages and methods of administration have been scrutinized, it is important that each physician exercise his or her own judgment in the choice or use of a drug.
  • The physician is advised to check the product information included in the drug’s package insert before drug administration.
  • New data and individual clinical situations can change the drug regimen
Table of Contents
  1. Infectious Diseases
  2. Parasitic Diseases
  3. Nutritional Disorders
  4. Disorders of Protein Metabolism
  5. Disorders of Carbohydrate Metabolism
  6. Disorders of Lipid Metabolism
  7. Hematologic and Cardiovascular Disorders
  8. Dermatologic Disorders
  9. Connective Tissue Disorders
  10. Skeletal Disorders
  11. Phakometoses
  12. Neurologic Disorders
  13. Neoplasms
  14. Mechanical and Non-Mechanical Injuries
  15. Unclassified Diseases or Conditions
  16. Anterior Chamber
  17. Choroid
  18. Ciliary Body
  19. Conjunctiva
  20. Cornea
  21. Extraocular Muscles
  22. Eyelids
  23. Glaucoma
  24. Globe
  25. Headache
  26. Iris
  27. Lacrimal System
  28. Lens
  29. Macula
  30. Optic Nerve
  31. Orbit
  32. Pupil
  33. Retina
  34. Sclera
  35. Vitreous
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Weight1.400 kg

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