Год издания: 2008
Количество страниц: 224
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Based on their extensive teaching experience, and written for both residents in training and practicing clinicians, this new book offers a simplified yet comprehensive approach to the main neuro-ophthalmologic problems faced in everyday practice. The text covers each of the major clinical problems and defines an inclusive list of the major broad diagnostic possibilities that can cause each disorder. The authors avoid the standard decision-tree approach and, instead, define an easy-to-use and easy-to-learn "best fit" approach in which the patient's signs and symptoms are compared to those detailed for each of the individual diagnostic possibilities. Each of the main chapters includes an objective statement; a list of key words and topics to be covered; considerations of fundamental diagnostic divisions; definitions of these divisions; an easy-to-memorize and manageable summary of essential information; and a section on pointers and pitfalls. The book is...