clinical anatomy and physiology of the visual system 3rd edition

clinical anatomy and physiology of the visual systemby

  • lee ann remington, od, ms, faao professor of optometry, pacific university college of optometry, forest grove, or

taking the place of the multiple texts traditionally needed to cover visual anatomy and physiology, clinical anatomy and physiology of the visual system, 3rd edition dramatically lightens your load by providing one book that covers it all! this concise, well-referenced resource contains information on the clinical anatomy of the eye, its adnexa and visual pathways, histologic information, plus newly added content on physiology of the human ocular structures. vivid illustrations complement the text and provide clinical information on diseases and disorders that represent departures from normal clinical anatomy.

new to this edition

  • full-color illustrations throughout the text enhance your understanding of anatomical and clinical information.
  • unique! clinical comment sections provide a solid foundation for recognizing and understanding clinical situations, conditions, diseases, and treatments.
  • photos of normal eye structures illustrate clinical appearance and demonstrate how appearance is directly related to structure.
  • geriatric coverage, including aging changes in ocular tissue and the visual pathway, keeps you up-to-date with the expanding field of geriatric care.
  • unique! expert coverage written by an actual optometrist gives you a practical framework for recognizing and understanding clinical situations, problems, and treatments.

key features

  • comprehensive physiology coverage clarifies the integration between structure and function, eliminating your need for multiple books on the anatomy and physiology of the visual system.
  • an emphasis on clinical application helps you better understand the processes that occur in disease and dysfunction.
  • genetic information keeps you current with the latest developments in visual anatomy and physiology.

clinical ophthalmology contemporary perspectives 9th ed

clinical ophthalmology contemporary perspectivesby

  • ak gupta, ms, fams, director (academic), shroff eye centre, kailash colony, new delhi, icare eye hospital and postgraduate institute, noida (up), formerly, director professor of ophthalmology, guru nanak eye centre, dean, maulana azad medical college, new delhi, dean, medical faculty, university of delhi
  • v krishna, ms, frcs, senior consultant, department of ophthalmology, st. stephen’s hospital, new delhi, formerly, assistant professor, department of neuro-ophthalmology, sanjay gandhi postgraduate institute of medical sciences, lucknow, consultant ophthalmologist, banarasi das chandiwala hospital, new delhi

many new developments have taken place in ophthalmology since the publication of the last edition. it therefore became mandatory to revise and update the present edition. to accomplish this many new chapters have been added and the existing ones revised.

new chapters included in this edition

    • intravitreal vegf inhibitors and corticosteroids
    • microbial keratitis
    • esodeviations
    • recent trends in the management of ocular inflammation
    • evaluation of a patient with orbital disease
    • basic principles of oculoplastic surgery
    • advances in lacrimal surgery
    • fundus fluorescein angiography of retinochoroidal disorders
    • determination of intraocular lens implant power

thoroughly revised and updated chapters

    • recent advances in lamellar keratoplasty
    • principles of molecular genetics
    • intraocular tumours
    • recent advances in oculoplastic surgery
    • ophthalmic electrodiagnostic techniques
    • ultrasonography in ophthalmology
    • ocular coherence tomography
    • anterior segment trauma
    • corneal topography and wavefront sensing

ocular blood flow

by ocular blood flow

  • leopold schmetterer (editor),
  • jeffrey kiel (editor)


adequate blood supply to the eye is an important prerequisite for normal visual function. over the past 40 years our knowledge of ocular blood flow regulation has improved significantly. this reader-friendly textbook provides a comprehensive overview of the current knowledge of ocular blood flow. lavishly illustrated, it evaluates the wide array of methods that have been used to measure ocular blood flow. furthermore, it not only offers the reader an evidence-based summary of the physiological and pharmacological properties of ocular blood flow regulation, but also demonstrates the ocular blood flow abnormalities in different vascular diseases. this book will enhance the understanding of all who are interested in learning more about ocular blood flow in health and disease.


oxford specialty training training in ophthalmology

oxford specialty training training in ophthalmologyby

  • venki sundaram, specialty registrar in ophthalmology, london deanery, london
  • allon barsam, specialist registrar in ophthalmology, moorfi elds eye hospital, london
  • amar alwitry, consultant ophthalmologist, derby hospitals nhs foundation trust, derby
  • peng t. khaw, professor of glaucoma and ocular healing and consultant ophthalmic surgeon, institute of ophthalmology, university college london, london

this full colour, new book is the first to take account of the new ophthalmic training structure and syllabus, as defined by the royal college of ophthalmologists (rcophth). as a theoretical and practical aid for trainee ophthalmologists and foundation year doctors it guides and helps them progress through the initial years of the new postgraduate ophthalmic specialist training. emphasis is placed on the practical assessment and management of a variety of key ophthalmic conditions, and includes case based discussions to help develop clinical decision making skills. it will also appeal to candidates preparing for the fellowship of the royal college of ophthalmology (frcophth) examination. all topics within the book are presented in highly illustrated, full colour double-page spreads.

readership: the primary market for this book will be for ophthalmologists in the initial years of the 7-year ost program. it will also appeal to doctors in the foundation (fy1 and fy2) years that have an ophthalmology attachment as part of their general training program. other secondary markets include the increasing numbers of nurse practitioners in ophthalmology and gps with a special interest in ophthalmology, as well as optometrists.

key features:

  • the complete guide to early years specialty training in ophthalmology
  • covers the knowledge-base examined by the royal college of ophthalmologists in the frcophth examination, plus the relevant clinical and professional skills
  • presents information in a double-page, easily-digestible format, ideal for quick reference, as well as for revision
  • fully matched to the new specialty training structure and curriculum, for reassurance and peace-of-mind
  • includes case-based discussions at the end of each chapter which can be used for self-assessment

lecture notes ophthalmology 11th ed

by lecture notes: ophthalmology

  • bruce james (author),
  • anthony bron (author)


beautifully illustrated throughout, ophthalmology lecture notes concentrates on the most common eye problems that health practitioners are expected to diagnose and manage.

the book begins with a brief introduction to ocular anatomy and eye examination, and then focuses on core conditions in ophthalmology. the highly structured text includes self assessment material at the end of each chapter, as well as a series of clinical cases at the end of the book – all designed to facilitate easy access to information, making the book an ideal resource for both study and revision, while the brand new companion website at features all of the book’s illustrations and images.

whether you need to develop your knowledge for clinical practice, or refresh that knowledge in the run up to examinations, ophthalmology lecture notes will help foster a systematic approach to the clinical situation for all medical students and hospital doctors.


clinical diagnosis in ophthalmology 1e

by clinical diagnosis in ophthalmology

  • jack j. kanski md ms frcs frcophth (author)


one of ophthalmology’s most respected authors, dr. jack kanski, presents a spectrum of clinical signs for each condition in this brand-new diagnostic atlas. covers virtually every ocular disease, with particular focus on systemic disorders to help readers diagnose a wealth of ophthalmic conditions. discussions emphasize variations in the appearance and evolution of disease processes…from the trivial to the severe. uniquely organized by anatomical region, this concise, user-friendly reference is an outstanding aid to clinical decision making. over 2,800 full-color images, many original to dr. kanski’s private collection and never before published, depict nearly all disease conditions encountered in practice. illustrations are enhanced by accompanying text-concise, bullet-pointed summaries that are ideal for easy reference. this reference also includes a cd-rom containing all of the images from the text, available for into electronic presentations.

  • serves as a complete diagnostic guide of ophthalmic disease.
  • features over 2,800 full-color clinical photographs, many original to dr. kanski’s private collection.
  • includes a cd-rom containing all of the images from the text-suitable to for electronic presentations.
  • provides concisely written, easy-to-read, templated chapters.
  • offers many angiograms, radiographs, and scans that emphasis pathological processes.
  • organizes topics logically-by anatomic region-starting with the front of the eye and progressing through to the retina, to make information easy to find.
  • represents the ideal guide for comparison to the full range of conditions seen in practice, or for certification/recertification review.

surgical techniques in ophthalmology series strabismus surgery 1e

by strabismus surgery

  • john d. ferris frcophth (author),
  • peter e. j. davies franzco mph (author)


whether you’re in training or an established practitioner, the brand-new surgical techniques in ophthalmology series features the essential information you need on a variety of surgical maneuvers in six subspecialty areas. every author has been carefully selected for each title based on their experience and wealth of clinical expertise. and, each book is presented in a concise, templated format that complements the commentary and procedures on the accompanying dvd.

  • features explanations of surgical techniques combined with high-quality video clips that emphasize and illuminate key points.
  • includes pros and cons, pearls and pitfalls, and tricks-of-the-trade for all techniques.
  • presents detailed coverage of the main surgical areas in ophthalmic practice today.
  • offers a consistent step-by-step approach to each procedure.
  • lists equipment and instrumentation required for each procedure in appropriate chapters.
  • uses full-color illustrations throughout each title.


vaughan asburys general ophthalmology 18th edition

vaughan asbury general ophthalmology 18by

  • paul riordan-eva, frcophth, consultant ophthalmologist, king’s college hospital, london, united kingdom, honorary senior lecturer (teaching), king’s college london school of medicine at guy’s,, king’s college and st. thomas’ hospitals, london, uk
  • emmett t. cunningham, jr., md, phd, mph, director, the uveitis service, department of ophthalmology, california pacific medical center, san francisco, ca, adjunct clinical professor of ophthalmology, stanford university school of medicine, stanford, ca

the most concise, current, and comprehensive overview of general ophthalmology – extensively revised and updated

a doody’s core title for 2011!

for five decades, general ophthalmology has offered authoritative, state-of-the-art coverage of the diagnosis and treatment of all major ophthalmic diseases, as well as neurological and systemic diseases causing visual disturbances. the eighteenth edition builds on this tradition of excellence by offering an increased number of color illustrations, new chapters, and major revisions of existing chapters – to deliver all-inclusive coverage that encompasses pathophysiology, basic science, and the latest clinical perspectives.

a must-read for medical students, ophthalmology residents, practicing ophthalmologists, nurses, optometrists, clinicians in other fields of medicine and surgery, and health-related professionals, the eighteenth edition of general ophthalmology features:

  • new chapters on ophthalmic emergencies, causes and prevention of vision loss, vision rehabilitation, and functional vision score
  • a glossary of terms relating to the eye
  • contributions from more than thirty international experts
  • extensive updates and revisions throughout to reflect the latest findings and advances

clinical ocular toxicology drug induced ocular side effects

clinical ocular toxicologyby

  • frederick t. fraunfelder, md, professor, department of ophthalmology, casey eye institute, oregon health sciences university, portland, or, usa
  • frederick w. fraunfelder, md, senior instructor, department of ophthalmology, casey eye institute, oregon health sciences university, portland, or
  • wiley a. chambers, clinical professor of ophthalmology, adjunct assistant professor of computer medicine, george washington university school of medicine, washington, dc

written by international authorities in ocular toxicology, including the founder of the national registry of drug-induced side effects and its current director, this essential resource provides the clinically relevant information you need to effectively diagnose and manage herbal, chemical, and drug-related ocular problems. comprehensive coverage of all drugs’ generic and trade drug names, primary uses, ocular and systemic side effects, and clinical significance make this book – like its best-selling predecessor, drug-induced ocular side effects – the ideal reference for quick, on-the-spot consultation.

key features

  • leaders in the field provide need-to-know information on all aspects of ocular toxicology—all in one concise reference.
  • data from the national registry of drug induced ocular side-effects (casey eye institute, portland, or) and the world health organization (uppsala, sweden) help you recognize and avoid drug-induced ocular side effects.
  • a highly templated format makes retrieval of essential knowledge quick and easy.
  • a wealth of full-color photographs provide vivid, visual diagnostic guidance.
  • the latest information on approved medications helps you stay up to date and provide state-of-the-art care.
  • extensive coverage of principles of therapy, ocular drug delivery, methods to evaluate drug-induced visual side effects, and the role of electrophysiology and psychophysics gives you the knowledge you need to manage any challenge in ocular toxicology
  • authoritative guidance on ocular drugs and their use in pregnancy helps you safely manage the unique needs of these patients.
  • the inclusion of the who classification system helps you determine whether a particular side effect is certain, probable, or likely to occur.

atlas of clinical and surgical orbital anatomy 2nd edition expert consult online and print

atlas of clinical and surgical orbital anatomy 2by

  • jonathan j dutton, md, phd, professor of ophthalmology, university of north carolina at chapel hill, chapel hill, north carolina, usa

atlas of clinical and surgical orbital anatomy, by dr. jonathan dutton, demonstrates the complex area of orbital anatomy through unique illustrations and comprehensive coverage that goes from embryology to adult anatomy. this completely updated and revised new edition features a new chapter on the cavernous sinus, illustrations modified to reflect recent anatomic findings, and new sections covering clinical correlations. with access to the fully searchable text and a able image gallery online at, you’ll have the detailed visual guidance you need to perform successful orbital surgery.

new to this edition

  • access the fully searchable text online at, along with a able image gallery.
  • master the anatomy-disease-surgery relationship thanks to new chapter sections on clinical correlations.
  • get a more complete understanding of orbital disease through a new chapter on the cavernous sinus and illustrations modified to reflect recent anatomic findings.
  • stay current on the newest research data with completely revised and updated chapters and references.

key features

  • clearly see the nuances of each anatomic system with layered illustrations that use multiple artworks to display relevant structures and highlight key intricacies.
  • visualize each system three-dimensionally through depictions from frontal, lateral, and superior angles.
  • apply a comprehensive approach to common orbital diseases using coverage of clinical correlations from embryology to adult anatomy.

synopsis of clinical ophthalmology 3rd edition expert consult online and print

synopsis of clinical ophthalmologyby

  • jack j. kanski, md, ms, frcs, frcophth, honorary consultant ophthalmic surgeon, prince charles eye unit, king edward vii hospital, windsor, uk
  • brad bowling, frcsed(ophth), frcophth, consultant ophthalmic surgeon, vision eye institute, sydney, australia

synopsis of clinical ophthalmology, by jack j. kanski and brad bowling, efficientlydistills all the essential information you need to effectively diagnose and manage a comprehensive range of ophthalmic disorders. a concise format makes it easy to quickly learn and understand the “must-know” aspects of each condition. when time is of the essence, turn to synopsis of clinical ophthalmology for accessible guidance to meet your diagnostic and point-of-care needs!

new to this edition

  • visualize the most common eye disorders more clearly with the help of a completely revised image library, including clinical photographs and over 800 full-color illustrations, many of which are new.
  • remain current in practice with the latest advances in the treatment of retinal vascular disease (including new therapies for macular disorders); new drug therapies; updated surgery techniques for oculoplastic, corneal, and glaucoma surgery; and examination tips, imaging, and associated systemic conditions.
  • access the fully searchable contents online and all the images at!

key features

  • get guidance you can trust from a portable, practical handbook that distills all the key information from clinical ophthalmology: a systematic approach – drs. kanski and bowling’s best-selling comprehensive eye reference.

the massachusetts eye and ear infirmary review manual for ophthalmology 4th edition

review manual for ophthalmologyby

  • veeral s sheth md, clinical assistant professor, department of surgery, university of chicago, chicag
  • marcus m marcet md, clinical assistant professor, eye institute, university of hong kong, hong kong, china
  • paulpoj chiranand md, retina fellow, department of ophthalmology, university of chicago, chicago, il
  • harit k bhatt md, attending physician, university of retina and macula associates, advocate christ medical center, oak lawn, il
  • jeffrey c lamkin md, assistant professor, department of ophthalmology, northeast ohio university college of medicine, kent, oh
  • rama d jager md, mba, facs, university retina & macula associates, p.c., oak forest, il; clinical assistant professor, department of surgery, section of ophthalmology and visual science, university of chicago, chicago, il


the new fourth edition of the massachusetts eye and ear infirmary review manual for ophthalmology provides a comprehensive self-assessment review and serves as a valuable study aid for any ophthalmologist or ophthalmologist-in-training. the text contains over 1,800 multiple-choice questions covering the entire field of ophthalmology, including all of its major subspecialties. answers with explanations are provided for each question, and references are included at the end of each chapter. this edition includes more than 250 new full-color photographs and drawings depicting ocular pathology and ophthalmic conditions.

all chapters have been updated with new questions to reflect the latest teaching in the field. a companion website features an interactive test bank including all the questions in the book plus 300 unique questions for additional self-assessment practice.

key features

  • all chapters updated with new questions to reflect the latest teaching in the field
  • new chapters on oculoplastics and ocular pathology
  • question format has been revised and updated
  • online interative test bank provides all the questions from the book plus an additional 300 questions!
  • more than 250 new full-color photographs and drawings
  • over 1,800 multiple-choice questions
  • the entire field of ophthalmology is covered, including all major subspecialties
  • new high-yield review chapter outlines key facts and mnemonics to ensure your mastery of the essential information

ocular therapeutics handbook a clinical manual 3rd edition

ocular therapeutics handbookby

  • bruce e onofrey rph, od, faao, fogs, vice-chair eye services, lovelace-sandia medical center, albuquerque, nm; adjunct assistant professor of clinical optometry, pacific university and university of california, berkeley, ca
  • leonid skorin od, do, faao, faoco, staff ophthalmologist, albert lea eye clinic, mayo health system, albert lea, mn; adjunct assistant professor of ophthalmology, chicago college of osteopathic medicine, midwestern university, downers grove, il; clinical assistant pro
  • nicky r holdeman od, md, professor and associate dean for clinical education, executive director, university eye institute, chief of medical services, university eye institute, university of houston college of optometry

ideal for optometrists, nurses and primary care physicians, ocular therapeutics handbook: a clinical manual provides succinct, rapid access information for most common ocular problems encountered in a primary care setting.

the text is divided into three sections—quick reference, ocular therapeutics and appendices. the quick reference section covers such topics as ocular microbiology, lab tests and procedures, pharmaceutical agents, and side effects of medications. the ocular therapeutics section discusses diseases, traumatic injuries, and ocular urgencies and emergencies. the appendices provide a summary of abbreviations, conversion charts, case report sheets and important phone numbers.

all the features readers have come to trust…

a clinical “snapshot” of each disorder provides information on the pathophysiology and etiology of diseases, patient demographics, signs and symptoms, lab tests, and recommended approaches to treatment.
broad-based coverage addresses most commonly encountered eye disorders.
consistent outline format and extensive use of algorithms make vital information easy to find and retrieve.
problem-oriented approach provides a real-world perspective and helps build critical thinking skills.

plus new features in this edition…

clinical color images
expanded lab tests and procedures chapter
new chapter on neuro-rehabilitation and low vision
rapid review chapters of clinical presentations
update of systemic medications

wills eye manual office and emergency room diagnosis and treatment of eye disease 6th edition

the wills eye manual office and emergencyby

  • adam t gerstenblith md, wills eye institute, 840 walnut street, philadelphia, pa
  • michael p rabinowitz md, wills eye institute, 840 walnut street, philadelphia, pa

completely revised, this 6th edition of the wills eye manual: office and emergency room diagnosis and treatment of eye disease is the perfect guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders.

written in a concise outline format, this easy-to-read, pocket-sized reference is perfect for diagnosis and management of hundreds of ocular conditions. from symptom to treatment it covers every ocular disorder likely to be encountered in an office, emergency room, or hospital setting.

yet even though it’s small enough to fit in a pocket, this book provides the most accurate and current information on over 200 ophthalmic conditions. it even includes the results of some of the most recent major clinical trials — including those related to the care of patients with macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusion.

new to this edition

  • chapters thoroughly updated and streamlined to make room for new and expanded topics
  • recent major clinical trials data included on care of patients with macular degeneration and retinal vein occlusion
  • updates in the management of orbital fractures, eyelid lacerations, strabismus, amblyopia, and ocular malignancies
  • new high definition photographs of external, anterior segment, and posterior segment disease processes
  • imaging modalities updated, especially optical coherence tomography, magnetic resonance imaging, computed tomography, and ultrasound biomicroscopy

signs in ophthalmology causes and differential diagnosis expert consult online and print

signs in ophthalmologyby

  • jack j. kanski, md, ms, frcs, frcophth, honorary consultant ophthalmic surgeon, prince charles eye unit, king edward vii hospital, windsor, uk

jack j. kanski, one of ophthalmology’s most respected authors, brings you “signs in ophthalmology: causes and differential diagnosis” – a comprehensive compendium designed to help you quickly and accurately interpret a broad spectrum of ocular signs. over 1,300 clinical images, angiograms, and scans capture the clinical presentation of the full gamut of ophthalmic diseases and disorders, as well as systemic diseases with ocular manifestations, while concise text discussions assist your clinical decision making process. your purchase includes access to a companion website where you can all of the book’s images for use in lectures and clinical presentations.

key features

  • over 1,300 clinical images, angiograms, and scans capture the clinical presentation of the full gamut of ocular diseases and disorders.
  • concise text, with color-coded key information, guides you efficiently through each condition’s causes, presentation, clinical signs, investigations, and other associated ocular and systemic conditions.
  • an entire chapter addresses the differential diagnosis of systemic diseases with ocular manifestations.
  • a multitude of bulleted lists and tables summarize important facts.
  • a companion website lets you access a library of able images for use in lectures and clinical presentations.

review of ophthalmology 2nd edition expert consult online and print

review of ophthalmologyby

  • william b. trattler, cornea specialist, center for excellence in eye care, fl, usa; volunteer assistant professor of ophthalmology, bascom palmer eye institute, university of miami medical school, miami, fl;
  • peter k. kaiser, md, director, digital oct reading center, staff, vitreoretinal section, cole eye institute, cleveland clinic, cleveland, oh
  • neil j. friedman, md, adjunct clinical associate professor, department of ophthalmology, stanford university school of medicine, stanford, ca; private practice, mid-peninsula ophthalmology medical group, palo alto, ca

don’t take chances with your exam prep! trust review of ophthalmology to help you study all the current information you need to know to ace your exams!

new to this edition

  • study on the go, search the complete text online, and images at
  • be fully prepared for current exam topics with information on the latest techniques in corneal surgery, macular degeneration treatment and trials, and expanded treatment options for many sections.
  • view anatomic details, common ophthalmic test findings, and examples of classic histopathology specimens through brand-new illustrations and photographs.

key features

  • efficiently review a wide spectrum of topics with an organization by common ophthalmologic subspecialties.
  • maximize retention with a popular outline approach that distills key information on each topic alongside sample review questions.
  • review the findings of many important clinical studies with which you are expected to be familiar.
  • test your understanding of essential information with questions at the end of each chapter and answers at the end of the book.

ophthalmic surgery principles and practice 4th edition expert consult online and print

ophthalmic surgeryby

  • george l. spaeth, md, facs, emititus director, william and anna goldberg glaucoma service and research laboratories; louis j. esposito research professor, wills eye hospital/jefferson medical college, philadelphia, pa;
  • helen danesh-meyer, md, franzco, sir william and lady stevenson professor of ophthalmology, department of ophthalmology, university of auckland, auckland, new zealand
  • ivan goldberg, mb, bs, franzco, fracs, clinical associate professor and head, glaucoma unit, university of sydney & sydney eye hospital; director, eye associates, sydney, australia
  • anselm kampik, md, professor and chairman, department of ophthalmology, ludwig maximilians university, munich, germany

ophthalmic surgery, edited by drs. george spaeth, helen danesh-meyer, ivan goldberg, and anselm kampik, provides the detailed, full-color, step-by-step guidance you need to master essential ophthalmic surgery procedures. the international team of expert editors and contributors present coverage of the latest surgical developments and video demonstrations of key techniques across subspecialties, including cataract, cornea, refractive, glaucoma, oculoplastic, extra-ocular muscle, vitreoretinal, and ocular tumor procedures. what’s more, the fully searchable text, procedural videos, and a able image gallery are all online at, making this multimedia resource the key to performing confidently in the operating room.

new to this edition

  • access the fully searchable contents online at, along with procedural videos and a able image gallery.
  • apply the latest advances in laser surgery that have become standard practice with the new section on refractive surgery.
  • master key techniques thanks to more than four hours of narrated online videos that demonstrate procedures across eight subspecialties.
  • gain a more nuanced visual understanding through a new full-color art program with over 800 illustrations, updated and revised drawings, color images, and step-by-step illustrated procedures.
  • tap into the expertise of leading authorities in the field with a brand new editorial team from north america, europe, and australasia, as well as international contributors who provide global perspectives across all subspecialties in ophthalmic surgery.

key features

  • refer to the most important steps in each procedure quickly and easily with an appendix of step-by-step hand notes.
  • perform a wide variety of procedures with confidence using the focused coverage that pinpoints essential information and avoids extraneous details.
  • get comprehensive coverage across key subspecialties-oculoplastic, strabismus, cornea, refractive, cataract, glaucoma, ocular tumors, and vitreoretinal-and master the basics for every common procedure.

clinical ophthalmology a systematic approach 7th edition expert consult online and print

clinical ophthalmologyby

  • jack j. kanski, md, ms, frcs, frcophth, honorary consultant ophthalmic surgeon, prince charles eye unit, king edward vii hospital, windsor, uk
  • brad bowling, frcsed(ophth), frcophth, consultant ophthalmic surgeon, blackpool victoria hospital, blackpool, united kingdom, uk

ideally suited for rapid reference and efficient, effective recall, clinical ophthalmology: a systematic approach will keep you up to date with current and evolving practice in the diagnosis and management of ophthalmic disorders, using a visually rich, succinct format that facilitates comprehension for trainees and practitioners. online and in print, you’ll have access to the latest advances in the field.

new to this edition

  • access the complete contents online at, with a able image gallery.
  • learn from two renowned experts in the field.
  • includes over 2,700 high-quality images, 1,000 of which appear for the first time in this edition.
  • master the latest advances in ophthalmology: radical changes in the management of macular disease, including the widespread introduction of vegf inhibitor therapy; recent developments in the investigation and treatment of retinal vascular disease; new pharmaceutical interventions for a range of conditions, including infectious eye disease and glaucoma; and updated surgical procedures and methods, including oculoplastic, corneal, and glaucoma surgery.
  • guidance on examination, imaging, and recognition of systemic conditions associated with ocular disease.

key features

  • grasp key information and effectively prepare for examinations with a pictorial, bulleted approach – both highly visual and concise, for more efficient study.
  • move rapidly throughout the text to find the information you need, with color coding and at-a-glance key points.

case reviews in ophthalmology expert consult online and print

case reviews in ophthalmologyby

  • neil j. friedman, md, adjunct clinical associate professor, department of ophthalmology, stanford university school of medicine, stanford, ca; private practice, mid-peninsula ophthalmology medical group, palo alto, ca
  • peter k. kaiser, md, director, digital oct reading center, staff, vitreoretinal section, cole eye institute, cleveland clinic, cleveland, oh

seasoned elsevier authors neil j. friedman and peter k. kaiser help you get the best possible results in your exams with case reviews in ophthalmology. this medical reference’s case-based approach gives you just the practice you need to assess, reinforce, and broaden your mastery of every essential concept in ophthalmology for clinical rounds, oral boards or recertification.

key features

  • review key information on every aspect of ophthalmology: optics/refraction; neuro-ophthalmology/orbit; pediatrics/strabismus; external disease/adnexa; anterior segment; and posterior segment.
  • learn from the experts with contributions from an all-star duo of seasoned authors.
  • enhance your fundamental knowledge in ophthalmology and reinforce learning objectives using 100 illustrated cases.
  • access the complete contents online at

principles and practice of ophthalmology 3rd edition

principles and practice of ophthalmologyby

  • daniel m. albert, md, ms, emmett a. humble/rrf distinguished director, uw eye research institute, school of medicine and public health, university of wisconsin, madison, wi, usa.

inside the 3rd edition of this esteemed masterwork, hundreds of the most distinguished authorities from around the world provide today’s best answers to every question that arises in your practice. they deliver in-depth guidance on new diagnostic approaches, operative technique, and treatment option, as well as cogent explanations of every new scientific concept and its clinical importance. with its new streamlined, more user-friendly, full-color format – as well as access to the complete contents online – this 3rd edition makes reference much faster, easier, and more versatile. more than ever, it’s the source you need to efficiently and confidently overcome any clinical challenge you may face.

new to this edition

  • updates include completely new sections on “refractive surgery” and “ethics and professionalism”… an updated and expanded “geneitcs” section… an updated “retina” section featuring oct imaging and new drug therapies for macular degeneration… and many other important new developments that affect your patient care.
  • a streamlined format (now four volumes instead of six) and a new, more user-friendly full-color design – with many at-a-glance summary tables, algorithms, boxes, diagrams, and thousands of phenomenal color illustrations – allows you to locate the assistance you need more rapidly than ever.
  • access to the complete contents of the four-volume set online – with rapid search capabilities and able illustrations – enables you to quickly and powerfully reference the material from any computer.

key features

  • comprehensive, authoritative, and richly illustrated coverage of every scientific and clinical principle in ophthalmology ensures that you will always be able to find the guidance you need to diagnose and manage your patients’ ocular problems and meet today’s standards of care.

ophthalmology 3rd edition expert consult online and print

ophthalmology 3


  • myron yanoff, md, professor and chair, department of ophthalmology, drexel university college of medicine, philadelphia, pa;
  • jay s. duker, md, director, new england eye center, professor and chair of ophthalmology, tufts medical center, tufts university school of medicine, boston, ma

based on valuable customer feedback, doctors yanoff and duker have streamlined their best-selling reference, ophthalmology, to zero in on just the clinical answers you need in day-to-day practice. they’ve removed most of the basic science and anatomy information from the printed book and put it on the companion web site where it is easily accessible along with the entire contents of the book. this new edition presents unparalleled guidance on nearly every ophthalmic condition and procedure including the latest advances in the field, such as optical coherence tomography (oct), the ocular surface, new pharmacologic therapies, updated oculoplastic surgical techniques, the latest in refractive surgery, and so much more. and, as an expert consult title, this meticulously updated 3rd edition comes with access to the complete contents online, fully searchable, plus additional basic science information.

new to this edition

  • presents a more streamlined format to the printed text to help you focus on the clinically actionable information you need everyday.
  • discusses hot topics such oct, the ocular surface, glaucoma testing, refractive surgery, advances in molecular biology and genetics, neuro-ophthalmology, and retinal studies to keep you absolutely current.
  • provides enhanced coverage of cataracts, including advances in phacoemulsification and surgical complications.
  • helps you make optimal use of the newest drug therapies, including anti-vegf treatment for wet armd and bevacizumab treatment for complications of diabetes.
  • offers authoritative guidance on the newest treatment options for cornea disorders, including evolving ocular surface reconstruction techniques and new cornea procedures such as dsek.
  • incorporates new chapters on increasingly popular aesthetic oculoplastic surgical techniques to help you meet today’s demands.

key features

  • provides access to the complete contents online, fully searchable, plus additional basic science information, and a able image library for use in electronic presentations.
  • discusses every aspect of clinical ophthalmology for complete coverage in a single volume.
  • uses 2250 full-color illustrations that depict a wide range of ophthalmic techniques and disorders.