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Pediatric Ophthalmology

Current Thought and A Practical Guide

Wilson, Edward M., Saunders, Richard, Rupal, Trivedi (Eds.)


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From the reviews:

"A practical guide that reviews relevant and current thoughts in pediatric ophthalmology. … The book targets trainees and practitioners. … there is valuable information for all types of ophthalmologists and non-ophthalmologists. … This is a readable, practical, and extremely helpful book on a wide variety of pediatric ophthalmology topics. … This is a very unique book, mostly because of its practical approach, and thus has unique value on the practitioner’s bookshelf." (Naureen A Mirza-George, Doody’s Review Service, March, 2009)

“This text is an addition to a field of already well-respected pediatric ophthalmology textbooks. … The authors have succeeded in producing an eminently readable text. … Trainees will definitely enjoy it in its ‘entirety’ and practitioners will benefit from a full reading. … The text illustrations are good … . The tables are useful. … it will excite the reader who wants more detail and stimulate greater and more detailed reading on the most intriguing aspects of the subject. It is a great starting point.” (James D. Reynolds, American Orthoptic Journal, Vol. 59, 2009)



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