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The Sankara Nethralaya Atlas Of Ophthalmic Ultrasound And Ultrasound Biomicroscopy 2nd Edition

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    Author(s)MUNA BHENDE
    PublisherJaypee Brothers Medical Publishers
    Edition2
    ISBN9789350905357
    Pages440
    BindingHard Back
    LanguageEnglish
    Publish YearJanuary 2013

    Description

    Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers The Sankara Nethralaya Atlas Of Ophthalmic Ultrasound And Ultrasound Biomicroscopy 2nd Edition by MUNA BHENDE

    The first edition of The Sankara Nethralaya Atlas of Ophthalmic Ultrasound was intended to be both a teaching and practical reference tool for the ophthalmologist. Though more sophisticated imaging techniques in certain areas of ophthalmology have evolved over the past years ultrasonography is still a useful tool that can be done in a clinic by the ophthalmologist. While updating some of the chapters of the first edition with more images and examples of representative cases the authors have retained the original outline and pattern. In this second edition The Sankara Nethralaya Atlas of Ophthalmic Ultrasound and Ultrasound Biomicroscopy authors have now included an entirely new section on ultrasound biomicroscopy that has widened the scope of this atlas to include anterior segment imaging as well. With text being kept to a minimum the salient clinical and ultrasound features have been described with practical tips for technique interpretation and implications on management. Where possible authors have provided corresponding color photographs pathology images as well as other diagnostic reports such as CT and MRI. The combined experience of ophthalmologists from almost all the ophthalmic subspecialties has resulted in a large collection of cases both common and rare where ultrasound imaging has been a valuable diagnostic aid.


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    • The second edition of the Sankara Nethralaya atlas of ophthalmic ultrasound while retaining its orig