Manual of Small Animal Ophthalmology
BSAVA British Small Animal Veterinary Association
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|Format:||Paperback, 300 pages|
|Other Information: ||150 colour and black and white illustrations|
|Published In: ||United Kingdom, 12 March 1993|
The opening chapters, of this addition to the manual series, provide descriptions of the detailed methods that are currently used to diagnose conditions of the eye and associated structures. These methods are fundamental to the chapters that follow, all of which present logical problem based approaches to the various anatomical structures associated with the orbit and the eye. The editors have ensured that this common theme is extended throughout the book and that the treatment advised is similarly logical. A large number of colour illustrations should significantly aid the understanding of the conditions described.
Table of Contents
Examination: Approach to an ophthalmic examination, J. Mould; Special examination techniques, B. Cottrell; Laboratory examinations, C. Hopper; Conditions of the orbit and globe, J. Mould; Conditions of the eyelids and nicitating membrane, S. Petersen-Jones; Nasolacrimal drainage and abnormalities, T. Grimes; Conditions of the episclera, sclera and limbus, D. Williams and S. Crispin; Conditions of the conjunctiva and cornea, S. Crispin; Conditions of the anterior uveal tract, S. Crispin; Glaucoma, P. Renwick; Conditions of the lens, S. Petersen-Jones; Conditions of the vitreous, A. Leon; Conditions of the fundus - (1) Canine, R. Curtis and R. Lightfoot; (2) Feline, J. Dziezyc; Neuro-ophthalmology, S. Petersen-Jones; Ophthalmological conditions of exotic pets, M. Lawton.
|Publisher: ||British Small Animal Veterinary Association|
|Dimensions: ||29.0 x 21.0 centimeters (1.06 kg)|