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1. Primary Care of the Posterior Segment
  Larry J., Od Alexander
       This is an essential text and reference for optometrists treating patients with problems of the retina, vitreous body, and optic nerve. The Third Edition has been updated with new information on pathophysiology, clinical management guidelines, treatment algorithms, and front index of signs and symptoms.

2. Pediatric Eye Disease: Color Atlas & Synopsis
  Richard W. Hertle
       Offering information that is visual, concise, and to the point, this COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF PEDIATRIC EYE DISEASE was designed specifically for both the specialist and the nonspecialist who care for children and adolescents. The only resource of its kind, this book is the best available tool for screening, identifying, treating, and making referral decisions on problems that affect young people¿s eyes. Look for these important highlights: * Treatment suggestions in addition to referral principles * Unsurpassed assistance in making and confirming diagnoses * High-quality color photographs delineating 100 common eye conditions in children and adolescents * A concise description of each condition, its evaluation, and treatment The COLOR ATLAS features: * Hundreds of new, crisp, clear, previously unpublished color photographs * Logical, user-friendly organization * Excellent, up-to-date management and therapy sections, with approved pediatric dosages A remarkably useful text, this new COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF PEDIATRIC EYE CARE is an unbeatable value for any clinician who provides acute and chronic care for children.

3. Pediatric Eye Disease: Color Atlas & Synopsis
  Richard W. Hertle
       In keeping with the health care professional's need for information that is concise and to the point, COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF PEDIATRIC EYE CARE will provide an enormous amount of information in a limited amount of space. Over 100 diseases will be covered with 4 to 5 color photos dedicated to each disease. The organization will be similar to FITZPATRICK'S COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF CLINICAL DERMATOLOGY. Each entity will be complimented by a uniform description of the disease and including diagnosis and treatment. A section on when to refer is also included. Chapters are organized by age and then by disease. An important chapter on screening is also included.

4. Pediatric Eye Disease: Color Atlas & Synopsis
  Richard W. Hertle
       Offering information that is visual, concise, and to the point, this COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF PEDIATRIC EYE CARE was designed specifically for both the specialist and the nonspecialist who care for children and adolescents. The only resource of its kind, this book is the best available tool for screening, identifying, treating, and making referral decisions on problems that affect young people's eyes.

5. Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination
  Daniel Kurtz
       Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination, Third Edition, is a must-have resource for students and practitioners involved in eye care. This concise handbook provides detailed, step-by-step procedures for performing each examination technique. Each technique is then described by purpose, indication, equipment, set-up, recording, and examples--all accompanied by updated graphics and photographs. The latest technologies and techniques in the field of vision care are covered in this comprehensive guide. Features of the Third Edition *Step-by-step procedures for each exam procedure *Convenient summaries of practical how's and why's, without distracting theory *New procedures include corneal topography, pharmacological pupil testing, photostress test, and more *Expanded tables, such as cranial nerve screening and refraction flow chart *Updated references and norms

6. Clinical Procedures for Ocular Examination
  Daniel Kurtz
       The most thorough step-by-step guide to ocular examination procedures. Presents detailed step-by-step procedures for over 125 ocular evaluation techniques. Revised and updated, this edition features at-a-glance summaries of multi-step procedures as well as new procedures including corneal topography, pharmacological pupil testing, and photostress test.

7. Essential Otolaryngology, 8/e
  K. J. Lee
       Approximately fifty recognized clinicians submit the most current concepts in clinical otolaryngology in this popular text. An expanded outline format provides updated information in a manageable format without sacrificing content. A complete overview of otolaryngology, this book serves as a perfect guide for Board preparation as well as a practical and concise reference text, reflecting contemporary concepts in clinical practice. --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.

8. Essential Otolaryngology, 8/e
  K. J. Lee
       FIVE-STAR ON-LINE REVIEW ". . . an outstanding review book for the otolaryngologist. … I would recommend it to medical personnel (physicians, physician assistants, nurses, and students) involved in the practice of otolaryngology." A reviewer from Houston, TX [BOX WITH HEAD] The Eighth Edition of Dr. Lee's leading text provides you with a direct, readable, and concise overview of the entire field of otolaryngology. Perfect for Board preparation and a favorite refresher for practitioners, Essential Otolaryngology features a bulleted, summary-style format that facilitates study - and understanding. THE FIRST CHOICE FOR OTOLARYNGOLOGY AND HEAD & NECK SURGERY RESIDENTS * Provides a tried-and-trusted route to learning otolaryngology * Quick reference format includes numerous tables and a convenient bulleted format * 50 recognized clinicians present the most current clinical concepts * Covers the most common diseases and disorders * Valuable Highlights and Pearls reinforce learning * NEW coverage includes: Techniques for paranasal sinus surgery More examples of imaging Minimally surgical techniques

9. Essential Otolaryngology, 8/e
  K. J. Lee
       A quick reference to the most common diseases and disorders in the various areas of head and neck surgery. The very affordable Eighth Edition features contributions from 50 distinguished practitioners who present a wealth of clinically relevant information from the forefront of otolaryngology research and practice.

10. Emergency Ophthalmology: A Rapid Treatment Guide
  Kenneth C., MD Chern
       Illustrated in full color, this guide provides everything nonspecialists need to screen, identify, treat, and if necessary, refer conditions of the eyes, generally the most difficult emergencies faced by nonophthalmologists In this much-needed resource, an ophthalmologist explains what primary and emergency care medical personnel must know to care for frequently seen eye problems. * Guides you in step-by-step eye exams * Offers quick, visual access to answers in 175 illustrations * Covers conditions from simple eyelid inflammations to blow-out fractures and chemical splash injuries * Includes chapters on glaucoma, traumatic injuries, pediatric eye problems, retinal/vitreous conditions, and more * Explains procedures and standards for a number of useful tests * Provides clear guidelines on when to refer * Complete with numerous Pearls More than emergency treatment reference, here is an excellent way for primary care providers to gain a solid working knowledge of ophthalmology.

11. Emergency Ophthalmology: A Rapid Treatment Guide
  Kenneth C., MD Chern
       This portable guide will provide the needed knowledge to screen, Iidentify, treat and if appropriate, refer conditions related to eyes. Emergency eye problems are generally the most difficult emergencies for non-ophthalmologists to treat. Ophthalmologists often get telephone consults from emergency room doctors and primary care physicians who are examining and treating patients who have walked into their clinics with acute (or seemingly acute) ocular problems. From the range of questions, uncertainty about the appearance of different disorders, and variety of treatments available, physicians have a difficult time comfortably evaluating and diagnosing ocular problems. Ophthalmology is such a specialized field that many emergency room and general practitioners do not have the experience and confidence to handle patients with eye problems. This handbook is designed to cover the most common ophthalmic problems that present to the doctor on call or to a primary care physician's office. Moreover, the book will be written with the non-ophthalmologist in mind and will provide easily accessible information in a clear and uniform format. A section on tips for treatment (called Pearls) will enhance the book's appeal. Each disease entity will be described following the format below: Typical History; Findings on Examination; Examination Techniques; Treatment; When to Refer; Follow-up; Pearls; Codes

12. Emergency Ophthalmology: A Rapid Treatment Guide
  Kenneth C., MD Chern
       This new handbook offers clinicians expert guidance on the most common ophthalmic problems that present to a doctor on call or to a primary care provider's office. Included is everything a non-specialist needs to know in order to screen, identify, treat, and if appropriate, refer conditions related to the eye.

13. Geometrical and Visual Optics : A Clinical Introduction
  Steven H., Od, Phd Schwartz
       This basic science text is intended for the geometrical and visual optics courses foundational in all optometry programs and the practice of optometry. Because this material is heavily tested on the national licensing exam for optometry, the text will provide a valuable study aid for students preparing for the exam. Schwartz's approach, as with his previous texts, will be concise and user-friendly. It will be highly visual (over 300 illustrations), contain numerous examples and problems, including self assessment problems at the ends of chapters, and provide worked-out solutions at the back of the book.

14. Geometrical and Visual Optics : A Clinical Introduction
  Steven H., Od, Phd Schwartz
       A highly visual, clinically oriented text covering the key topics in geometrical and visual optics essential to optometric practice. Features over 300 illustrations and examples, as well as numerous worked-out problems, all designed to "demystify" clinical optics.

15. Emergency Care in the Optometric Setting
  Michael H. Heiberger
       Written by optometrists, for optometrists, Emergency Care in the Optometric Setting covers most emergency situations optometrists may confront. This excellent guide offers the optometrist a ready reference to dealing with patient emergencies from life-threatening losses of consciousness, breathing difficulties, and chest pain to the most common ocular urgencies and emergencies. A book that should be in every optometrist's office, this concise, easy-to-use guide provides: *An approach to rapid, appropriate responses for emergencies from asthma attacks to eye injuries *Step-by-step guidance for dealing with the most commonly encountered in-office emergencies and their complications *Evaluation recommendations, potential complications, and management guidance for common emergencies *Hands-on help with eye trauma, foreign bodies, diplopia, acute eye pain, closed-angle crises, red eye, and more *Structured, rapid-review responses to transitory and persistent vision loss *Guidance on flashes, floaters, and post-surgical care *Straightforward talk on emergency prevention *Advice on being prepared for emergencies *Quick-lookup guide to medical-legal considerations PERFECT ON-HAND GUIDE FOR TREATING EYE--AND OTHER HEALTH--EMERGENCIES

16. Emergency Care in the Optometric Setting
  Michael H. Heiberger
       This concise, easy-to-use book addresses ocular and medical emergencies most often seen and managed by optometrists. Each emergency includes a brief overview of the condition, recommended evaluation, potential complications, and appropriate management. The text is supplemented by helpful flow charts detailing step-by-step patient care and sample examination forms to help clinicians avoid errors of omission.

17. Cornea: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Christopher J. Rapuano
       The new Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series is a unique combination of text, quick reference, and color atlas, covering every essential sub-specialty in Ophthalmology including pediatrics. Each title features more than 150 color illustrations throughout and a short, succinct format which in most cases, includes: Epidemiology and Etiology, History, Physical Examination, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory and Special Examinations, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Management.

18. Cornea: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Christopher J. Rapuano
       COLOR ATLAS & SYNOPSIS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY SERIES Developed at Philadelphia's famed Wills Eye Hospital, this exciting new series presents unmistakable guidelines for the differential diagnosis and treatment of the full range of ophthalmic problems. For each condition you'll find one or more photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical examination, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course, and up-to-date treatments. PORTABLE. VISUAL. CONCISE. AFFORDABLE – A POWERFUL COMBINATION THE ULTIMATE RESOURCES FOR QUALITY EYE CARE.

19. Cornea: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Christopher J. Rapuano
       The new "Colour Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series" is a combination of text, quick reference and colour atlas covering every sub-specialty in ophthalmology. Each title features more than 250 illustrations throughout and a short succinct format which include: epidemiology and aetiology; history, physical examination; differential diagnosis; laboratory and special examinations; and diagnosis, prognosis and management.

20. Oculoplastics: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Robert B. Penne
       The new Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series is a unique combination of text, quick reference, and color atlas, covering every essential sub-specialty in Ophthalmology including pediatrics. Each title features more than 150 color illustrations throughout and a short, succinct format which in most cases, includes: Epidemiology and Etiology, History, Physical Examination, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory and Special Examinations, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Management.

21. Oculoplastics: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Robert B. Penne
       COLOR ATLAS & SYNOPSIS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY SERIES Developed at Philadelphia's famed Wills Eye Hospital, this exciting new series presents unmistakable guidelines for the differential diagnosis and treatment of the full range of ophthalmic problems. For each condition you'll find one or more photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical examination, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course, and up-to-date treatments. PORTABLE. VISUAL. CONCISE. AFFORDABLE – A POWERFUL COMBINATION THE ULTIMATE RESOURCES FOR QUALITY EYE CARE.

22. Oculoplastics: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Robert B. Penne
       The new "Colour Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series" is a combination of text, quick reference and colour atlas covering every sub-specialty in ophthalmology. Each title features more than 250 illustrations throughout and a short succinct format which include: epidemiology and aetiology; history, physical examination; differential diagnosis; laboratory and special examinations; and diagnosis, prognosis and management.

23. Neuro-Ophthalmology: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Peter J. Savino
       The new Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series is a unique combination of text, quick reference, and color atlas, covering every essential sub-specialty in Ophthalmology including pediatrics. Each title features more than 150 color illustrations throughout and a short, succinct format which in most cases, includes: Epidemiology and Etiology, History, Physical Examination, Differential Diagnosis, Laboratory and Special Examinations, Diagnosis, Prognosis, and Management.

24. Neuro-Ophthalmology: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Peter J. Savino
       COLOR ATLAS AND SYNOPSIS OF CLINICAL OPHTHALMOLOGY SERIES Developed at Philadelphia's famed Wills Eye Hospital, this exciting new series presents unmistakable guidelines for the differential diagnosis and treatment of the full range of ophthalmic problems. For each condition you'll find one or more photographs coupled with salient points of epidemiology, history, physical examination, differential diagnosis, laboratory and special examinations, disease course, and up-to-date treatments. PORTABLE. VISUAL. CONCISE. AFFORDABLE – A POWERFUL COMBINATION THE ULTIMATE RESOURCES FOR QUALITY EYE CARE.

25. Neuro-Ophthalmology: Color Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology (Wills Eye Series)
  Peter J. Savino
       The new "Colour Atlas and Synopsis of Clinical Ophthalmology Series" is a combination of text, quick reference and colour atlas covering every sub-specialty in ophthalmology. Each title features more than 250 illustrations throughout and a short succinct format which include: epidemiology and aetiology; history, physical examination; differential diagnosis; laboratory and special examinations; and diagnosis, prognosis and management.


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