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Ophthalmology at a glance, Jane Olver, Lorraine Cassidy, Gurjeet Jutley, Laura Crawley, (electronic book)

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Ophthalmology at a glance
Title
Ophthalmology at a glance
Statement of responsibility
Jane Olver, Lorraine Cassidy, Gurjeet Jutley, Laura Crawley
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Language
eng
Summary
Ophthalmology at a Glance provides a concise overview of the specialty, with clear and simple diagrams illustrating the essential information required for students, trainee optometrists, opticians and specialty nurses. It includes details on history and examination, before moving through specific conditions and their treatment. Closely tracking the undergraduate ophthalmology curriculum, this new edition is fully updated to reflect new developments in the field. Ophthalmology at a Glance: Features tip boxes to give further insight into topics, warning boxes to indicate cautionary advice,
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AU-PeEL
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Olver, Jane
Dewey number
617.7
LC call number
RE50
Nature of contents
dictionaries
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active 2014
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  • Cassidy, Lorraine
  • Crawley, Laura
  • Jutley, Gurjeet
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  • Eye Diseases
  • Ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmology
  • Ophthalmology
Label
Ophthalmology at a glance, Jane Olver, Lorraine Cassidy, Gurjeet Jutley, Laura Crawley, (electronic book)
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Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Preface to the second edition; Preface to first edition; Acknowledgements; Contributors; How to use your textbook; About the companion website; Part 1: Principles of ophthalmology; 1: Introduction: what is ophthalmology?; What is ophthalmology?; Type of patients; Team; Sub-specialties; Ophthalmology at medical school; How to get into ophthalmology; 2: Medical student aims; Systematic approach; Aims; Core knowledge; Medical student objectives; Essential ophthalmic skills; Things to do when you visit the eye department
  • 3: Social and occupational aspects of visionAims; United Kingdom and developed industrialized countries; Children; Adults; Economic blindness; Services and support in the United Kingdom and Ireland (children and adults); Part 2: Ophthalmic history and examination; 4: Taking the history and recording the findings; Aims; Structure of ophthalmic history; Presenting complaint (PC); History of the presenting complaint (HPC); Family history (FH); Past ocular history (POH); Allergies; Past medical history (PMH); Medications; Social history; The eye examination; Systematic examination
  • 5: Visual acuity in adultsAims; Definitions; Distance and near vision; Distance vision; Near vision; 6: Examination of visual fields; Aim; Visual field; Normal field of vision; Examination technique (Figure 6.3); 7: Other visual functions; Aims; Colour vision; Optic nerve; Macula; Clinical assessment; Ishihara; Red desaturation; Amsler chart (Figure 7.3); Pupil reactions; Part 3: Correction of refractive errors; 8: Basic optics and refraction; Aims; Refraction by the eye; Refraction techniques; Subjective refraction; Objective refraction; Retinoscopy; Accommodation (Figure 8.2)
  • Refractive errors (Figure 8.3)9: Glasses, contact lenses and low-vision aids; Aims; Optical lenses (Figure 9.1); Spherical lens; Toric (cylinder) lens; Prisms; Contact lenses (CLs) (Figure 9.2); Indications for CLs; Types of CLs; Low-vision aids; Text magnification; Page navigation; Part 4: Basic eye examination; 10: External eye and anterior segment; Aims; Anatomy; Systematic examination; Lids; Conjunctiva; Cornea; Intraocular pressure (IOP); Anterior chamber (AC); Iris; Lens; 11: Posterior segment and retina; Aims; Definitions; Examination technique; Dilate the pupils for a better view
  • Do not dilate the pupils in the following situationsDirect ophthalmoscopy; Indirect ophthalmoscopy (Figure 11.9); Slit lamp biomicroscope (Figures 11.10 and 11.11); 12: Use of eye drops; Aims; Definitions; Drops for ocular surface examination; Fluorescein; Rose Bengal; Topical anaesthetic drops; Oxybuprocaine 0.4% (Benoxinate); Tetracaine 0.5% and 1.0% (Amethocaine); Proxymetacaine 0.5% (Ophthaine); Common dilating drops for fundal examination; Tropicamide 1%; Phenylephrine 2.5%; Cyclopentolate 0.5% and 1%; Part 5: Acute ophthalmology; 13: Red eye: the conjunctiva; Aims of Chapters 13 and 14
  • Abnormal pupil shape
Control code
purchEBL1597382
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (145 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 325 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781405184731
Specific material designation
remote
Label
Ophthalmology at a glance, Jane Olver, Lorraine Cassidy, Gurjeet Jutley, Laura Crawley, (electronic book)
Publication
Contents
  • Cover; Title page; Copyright page; Contents; Preface to the second edition; Preface to first edition; Acknowledgements; Contributors; How to use your textbook; About the companion website; Part 1: Principles of ophthalmology; 1: Introduction: what is ophthalmology?; What is ophthalmology?; Type of patients; Team; Sub-specialties; Ophthalmology at medical school; How to get into ophthalmology; 2: Medical student aims; Systematic approach; Aims; Core knowledge; Medical student objectives; Essential ophthalmic skills; Things to do when you visit the eye department
  • 3: Social and occupational aspects of visionAims; United Kingdom and developed industrialized countries; Children; Adults; Economic blindness; Services and support in the United Kingdom and Ireland (children and adults); Part 2: Ophthalmic history and examination; 4: Taking the history and recording the findings; Aims; Structure of ophthalmic history; Presenting complaint (PC); History of the presenting complaint (HPC); Family history (FH); Past ocular history (POH); Allergies; Past medical history (PMH); Medications; Social history; The eye examination; Systematic examination
  • 5: Visual acuity in adultsAims; Definitions; Distance and near vision; Distance vision; Near vision; 6: Examination of visual fields; Aim; Visual field; Normal field of vision; Examination technique (Figure 6.3); 7: Other visual functions; Aims; Colour vision; Optic nerve; Macula; Clinical assessment; Ishihara; Red desaturation; Amsler chart (Figure 7.3); Pupil reactions; Part 3: Correction of refractive errors; 8: Basic optics and refraction; Aims; Refraction by the eye; Refraction techniques; Subjective refraction; Objective refraction; Retinoscopy; Accommodation (Figure 8.2)
  • Refractive errors (Figure 8.3)9: Glasses, contact lenses and low-vision aids; Aims; Optical lenses (Figure 9.1); Spherical lens; Toric (cylinder) lens; Prisms; Contact lenses (CLs) (Figure 9.2); Indications for CLs; Types of CLs; Low-vision aids; Text magnification; Page navigation; Part 4: Basic eye examination; 10: External eye and anterior segment; Aims; Anatomy; Systematic examination; Lids; Conjunctiva; Cornea; Intraocular pressure (IOP); Anterior chamber (AC); Iris; Lens; 11: Posterior segment and retina; Aims; Definitions; Examination technique; Dilate the pupils for a better view
  • Do not dilate the pupils in the following situationsDirect ophthalmoscopy; Indirect ophthalmoscopy (Figure 11.9); Slit lamp biomicroscope (Figures 11.10 and 11.11); 12: Use of eye drops; Aims; Definitions; Drops for ocular surface examination; Fluorescein; Rose Bengal; Topical anaesthetic drops; Oxybuprocaine 0.4% (Benoxinate); Tetracaine 0.5% and 1.0% (Amethocaine); Proxymetacaine 0.5% (Ophthaine); Common dilating drops for fundal examination; Tropicamide 1%; Phenylephrine 2.5%; Cyclopentolate 0.5% and 1%; Part 5: Acute ophthalmology; 13: Red eye: the conjunctiva; Aims of Chapters 13 and 14
  • Abnormal pupil shape
Control code
purchEBL1597382
Dimensions
unknown
Edition
2nd ed.
Extent
1 online resource (145 p.)
Form of item
electronic
Governing access note
There is no limit to the number of simultaneous users but there is a limit of 325 uses (cumulative between all users) in each 12 month period, from the date of purchase. Library staff are alerted when the remaining number of uses is low and will decide whether to buy another copy.Printing is restricted to 20% of the total pages of the ebook, per patron. Copying and pasting is restricted to 5% of the total pages of the ebook, per person. However, printing and copy and paste permissions in excess of this may be granted by some publishers
Isbn
9781405184731
Specific material designation
remote

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