*Sound practical advice on how to improve diagnosis and slit lamp technique
*A thorough review of the advantages and disadvantages of modern recording systems
*The essential information on incidence, appearance, aetiology and management of the top 35 contact lens complications.
Well illustrated with a clear synoptic style, this invaluable handbook is designed for easy access to the wealth of information and is brimming with sound practical advice. An invaluable practice text for all optometrists, dispensing opticians, ophthalmic nurses and assistants.
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"Some of the photographs are superb illustrating not only the types of pathology that one expects to find in a book associated with contact lenses, but also some excellent pictures of the contact lenses themselves. From protein to lipid deposits through surface plaques and scratched and broken rigid lenses, this book provides a real practitioner s eyeview through the slit lamp. The full title is Common Contact Lens Complications Their Recognition and Management and it perfectly sums up the appeal of this little book. ... For students it is a must have, but it is a great addition to anyone s reading list, whether student, supervisor or just a jobbing practitioner."Optician, July 2000and elegant, as well as being useful during discussions with patients having complications." "Professor Robert Fletcher," Optical Practitioner, September 2000
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Book Description Butterworth-Heinemann, 2000. Spiral-bound. Book Condition: New. Spi. Bookseller Inventory # DADAX0750635428