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This book presents an encyclopedic visual catalogue of all clinical signs and symptoms in ophthalmology. It presents fully comprehensive coverage of all clinical conditions organised by region, starting with the front of the eye and working through to the retina in a very logical manner. The text is presented in a very readable and concise format, and is supplemented with over 2800 full colour clinical photographs of the highest quality. Virtually every condition (and variations within those conditions) has been illustrated. Clinical Diagnosis in Ophthalmology encourages the practitioner to view the patient as a whole to aid with the differential diagnosis of systemic and ocular signs. It comprehensively covers all systemic diseases associated with the eye. The illustrations are enhanced with brief, bullet-point style text that follows a tightly controlled, template format for quick and easy reference. Clinical Diagnosis in Ophthalmology provides an outstanding aid to clinical decision-making and practitioners will find the book very useful for matching conditions seen in the clinic. I will also be an ideal revision aid for examinations in ophthalmology. The book is also an extremely useful reference for all optometrists and primary care physicians. Jack J. Kanski , MD, MS, FRCS, FRCOphth, Honorary Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, Prince Charles Eye Unit, King Edward VII Hospital, Windsor, UK Table of Contents: Preface Acknowledgements 1. The Eyelids 2. The Orbit 3. The Conjunctiva 4. The Episclera and Sclera 5. Dry Eye 6. The Cornea 7. The Lens 8. Glaucoma 9. Tumours 10. Uveitus 11. Retinal Detachment 12. Retinal Vascular Disease 13. Macula 14. Fundus Dystrophies 15. Congential Anomalies 16. Neuro 17. Strabismus 18. Trauma Index