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    Ophthalmic Disease in Veterinary Medicine Charles L. Martin, DVM, MS, DACVO,
    Professor SAM College of Veterinary Medicine, University of Georgia, Athens, USA
    Softcover, 512 pages 261 x 194 mm page size
    767 colour and b/w illustrations 93 line drawings and 50 tables
    ISBN: 978-1-84076-118-4 publication year: 2010
    Contributing Authors:
    David Whitley, DVM MS
    and Kristina Vygantas, DVM
    both at the College of Veterinary Medicine, Auburn University, AL, USA
    The softcover edition of this comprehensive, superbly illustrated textbook contains key updates tot he text and references, reflecting the main developments in science and in practice since first publication. It is aimed squarely at veterinarians in practice and training interested in all types of ophthalmic diseases and disorders. Species coverage is mainly dog and cat with additional material on the horse and the cow.
    Following an outline of the basic elements of ophthalmic science relevant to study and practice, the author provides a detailed description and discussion of each condition including aetiology, clinical signs, diagnosis, prognosis and therapy, plus a chapter on problem-oriented ophthalmology. Dr Martin has filled an important gap in veterinary ophthalmic literature and has created a valuable resource, focusing throughout on the clinical needs of the practitioner and the student.
    Contents
    The Ophthalmic Examination and Anamnesis
    1. Ophthalmic Pharmacology
    2. Basic Ocular Pathology
    3. Problem Based Management of Ocular Emergencies
    4. Principles of Ophthalmic Surgery
    5. Orbit and Globe
    6. Eyelids
    7. Conjunctiva and the Third Eyelid
    8. The Lacrimal System
    9. Cornea and Sclera
    10. Anterior Uvea and Anterior Chamber
    11. Glaucoma
    12. Lens
    13. Vitreous and Retina
    14. Presumed Inherited Ocular Disease

    Appendix 1– Breed Dispositions to Eye Disease in Dogs
    Appendix 2 – The Ocular and Adnexal Relationship to Medicine
    Appendix 3 – Glossary.
    Index
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