1: Clinical Skills
2: Investigations and their interpretation
3: Ocular trauma
13: Medical retina
15: Intraocular tumours
18: Paediatric ophthalmology
19: Refractive ophthalmology
20: Aids to diagnosis
21: Vision in context
22: Surgery: anaesthetics and perioperative care
23: Surgery: theatre notes
26: Evidence-based ophthalmology
- Provides a practical, systematic synopsis of ophthalmic disease diagnosis, assessment, and management
- Assessment boxes enable rapid, comprehensive assessment
- Encourages a holistic, multidisciplinary approach to the patient
- Includes an illustrated guide to common instruments to help new trainees easily recognise and request appropriate instruments when operating
- Introduces key skills for designing and critically appraising different types of studies and explains the use of common statistical methods in ophthalmology
New to this Edition:
- Now includes access to the ophthalmic online media bank; a high-quality collection of specially-selected colour images and videos to aid the reader's understanding
- Fully updated to include new treatments across a range of specialities such as SMILE, gene-therapy and retinal prostheses
- Reflects the latest guidelines and emerging therapies, with greater emphasis on the evidence underlying these developments
Fully revised and updated throughout, the fourth edition of the Oxford Handbook of Ophthalmology now includes free access to the ophthalmic online media bank, a selection of high-quality clinical images and videos for a wide breadth of key ophthalmic diseases. Clear, concise, and practical, this handbook provides immediate access to the detailed clinical information you need, in casualty, clinic, theatre, and on the wards.
The core of the book comprises a systematic synopsis of ophthalmic disease directed towards diagnosis, interim assessment, and ongoing management. Assessment boxes for common clinical conditions and algorithms for important clinical presentations illustrate this practical approach. The information is easily accessible, presented in a clear format with areas of importance highlighted. Key sections for the trainee include: Clinical Skills, Aids to Diagnosis, Investigations and their Interpretation, Perioperative Care, Theatre Notes and Therapeutics. The wider practise of eye-care is supported by expanded chapters on Refractive Ophthalmology, Vision in Context, Evidence Based Ophthalmology and Resources for Ophthalmologists.
Now including newer treatments across a range of specialities such as SMILE, gene-therapy and retinal prostheses, as well as greater emphasis on the evidence underlying current clinical practice and guidelines, this handbook has never been more essential for all those working in eye-care. Whether you want to learn about patient-reported outcomes, identify a surgical instrument, interpret a statistical test, or diagnose and treat ophthalmic emergencies, you will find it here.
Whatever your role in caring for patients with eye disease: ophthalmologist, optometrist, orthoptist, ophthalmic nurse, or other health profession - discover for yourself why this handbook has become the 'go-to' resource for tens of thousands of eye-care professionals around the world.
Alastair Denniston is Consultant Ophthalmologist/Honorary Professor specialising in Uveitis and Medical Retina based at University Hospitals Birmingham NHS Foundation Trust, University of Birmingham and the NIHR Biomedical Research Centre at Moorfields Eye Hospital and UCL Institute of Ophthalmology. He is also Honorary Professor at the University of Birmingham where he leads a programme of research focussed on improving the way we detect and measure inflammatory eye disease with a view to earlier treatment and prevention of sight-loss.