Small Animal Ophthalmology: What s Your Diagnosis? covers a wide spectrum of ophthalmic conditions in the dog and the cat, ranging from ocular discharge to sudden onset blindness. Excellent illustrations depict each case and facilitate the accurate description and interpretation of ocular lesions this essential skill enables the clinician to format an appropriate diagnostic and treatment plan. Step–by–step photographs are commonly used to illustrate diagnostic techniques and clinical outcome.
This book provides both fundamental and detailed information that will be invaluable for general practitioners and veterinary students, as well as those with a special interest in veterinary ophthalmology.
List of Abbreviations.
Chapter 1 Abnormalities of Globe Size and Position.
Chapter 2 Eyelid Abnormalities.
Chapter 3 Abnormalities of the Third Eyelid.
Chapter 4 Ocular Discharge.
Chapter 5 The Painful Eye.
Chapter 6 The Red Eye.
Chapter 7 The Opaque Eye.
Chapter 8 Corneal Opacities.
Chapter 9 Abnormalities of the Iris.
Chapter 10 The Abnormal Pupil.
Chapter 11 The Blind Eye.
Chapter 12 Ocular Trauma.
Appendix 1 Practical Tips for An Ophthalmic Examination.
Appendix 2 Further Reading.
This small, fresh ophthalmology handbook is a new addition to the What s your Diagnosis? book series, published by Wiley–Blackwell It is altogether thoughtfully done and wholly relevant to all those practicing in the UK and further afield. ( Journal of Small Animal Practice , 1 November 2012)
It is altogether thoughtfully done and wholly relevant to all those practicing in the UK and further afield. (Journal of Small Animal Medicine, 2012) "Basic information on common and uncommon eye conditions enables clinicians to develop appropriate diagnostic and treatment plans and step–by–step photos make this a top technical recommendation suitable for any clinic or vet′s collection!." (The Midwest Book Review, 1 November 2011)