This is an engaging, clinically oriented text that spans the full spectrum of Neurophthallmology. Practical Neuroophthalmology covers the basic principles and major conditions of neuroophthalmologyin a concise, user-friendly manner. Rather than merely presenting a catalog of facts, the authors enrich the text by describing how complex neuroophthalmic signs and symptoms are often a logical consequence of anatomy and pathophysiology. With its comprehensive coverage and neuroanatomic approach, Practical Neuroophthalmology is both an outstanding clinical resource and a valuable board review tool.
Features discussion of anatomy in the context of disease states - making the consequence of disease more readily understood; combined illustrations and tables present complex information in an easy-to-follow manner; original clinical case studies - optic disc photographs, visual fields, clinical course, and other data from an illustrative case are presented together to give you a visual summary of the disease Photographic surveys of disease manifestations - clinical photographs from different patients with the same disease demonstrate the full spectrum of disease presentation; tables and boxes devoted to differential diagnosis - important clinical decision-making information is synthesized and reinforced in a convenient outline form; key points summarized at the end of each chapter; and, suggested readings at the end of each chapter.
Publisher: McGraw-Hill Education - Europe