The book is accompanied by the website www.evidence-ophthalmology.com which contains all the trials featured in the book and will be updated with data as it becomes available. The website also provides opportunities for active discussions through comment sections for each trial.
Complimentary access to the website is provided when purchasing the book.
'Current Clinical Evidence in Ophthalmology' summarizes 77 important landmark trials in ophthalmology. Written in a concise and logical format, the book is designed to be both an aide-memoire for the busy clinician and a textbook for ophthalmology trainees sitting specialist examinations. Users will find this book with accompanying website to be a valuable resource in an easily accessible and portable format. Important studies have been featured on topics including:Age-related macular degeneration Amblyopia Angle closure glaucoma Cataract surgery Diabetic retinopathy and maculopathy Herpetic eye disease Idiopathic intracranial hypertension Keratoconus Ocular hypertension Optic neuritis Primary open angle glaucoma Retinopathy of prematurity Retinal vein occlusion Vitreomacular traction and others
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