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Saturday, May 10, 2008

Glaucoma: Science and Practice
By John C. Morrison, Irvin P. Pollack (editors)
Publisher: Thieme Medical Publishers
Number Of Pages: 488
Publication Date: 2002-12-15
ISBN / ASIN: 0865779155

From Foreword:
The book divides itself naturally into three segments,
the scientific basis of glaucoma, the clinical entities of
glaucoma and the therapy of glaucoma. The reader has
available current information ranging from the very
beginning of research on aqueous humor dynamics to the
latest on the glaucoma genome. Here the novitiate can
grasp the basis of glaucoma thought, how and where the
aqueous flows, why and how the optic nerve becomes
susceptible to damage, and how the intraocular pressure
and optic nerve are measured. The chapters each stand
alone as complete reviews of their individual subjects but
hang together in contiguity and continuity. For the purist,
the text is all here, referenced both currently and historically.
At the same time, for the more harried reader, side
bars depict clinical Pearls, and Pitfalls. Highlighted Controversial
Topics serve notice when not all the cognoscente
agree and spice the glaucoma fascination...

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