This best-selling ABC owes its success to its succinct symptom-based approach. With excellent colour photographs and illustrations, it gives clear practical advice on the identification, treatment and management of all the major eye disorders, and when to refer to a specialist. Starting with an excellent outline of how to take a history and perform an examination, the following chapters cover the most commonly encountered ophthalmological complaints. This new edition has been thoroughly updated and contains the latest information on glaucoma, refractive surgery and the management of patients with visual loss, as well as many new illustrations. Already established as the standard guide for general practitioners, medical students and nurses, this ABC will be invaluable to anyone who is the ‘first port of call’ for patients with eye problems, both in primary care and the emergency department.
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