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Medicine - Ophthalmology | Atlas of Ocular Pathology

Atlas of Ocular Pathology

Amin, S., Clark, B., J Luthert, P., Rezaie Kanavi, M.

2015, Approx. 200 pp. 520 figs., 500 in color.

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  • About this atlas

  • Exam-oriented quick reference handbook
  • Presents quality color photographs, at various magnifications
  • Useful as a reference for general pathologists

Atlas of Ocular Pathology is aimed primarily at trainee ophthalmologists. It provides trainees with access to resources and expertise prior to the examination. Ocular pathology is a highly specialised subspecialty and an ‘expert in their pocket’ will therefore be invaluable aid to them.

The atlas consists of a collection of colour photographs of ocular pathology specimens to illustrate particular features of a disease. Accompanying these are short notes explaining the principle features of each disease highlighting key words and phrases applicable to specimens that will be invaluable for the examination candidate.

With a variety of magnification changes and good quality colour photographs, this atlas will also be useful for practicing general pathologists, neuropathologists who examine ocular specimens and other eye care professionals including optometrists.

Content Level » Professional/practitioner

Related subjects » Ophthalmology - Pathology - Surgery

Table of contents 

Lids/adnexae Conjunctiva Cornea Lens Vitreous Retina Uveal tract Sclera Orbit Optic nerve Local diseases affecting the whole eye The eye and systemic disease Trauma and Iatrogenic diseases

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