Small Animal Ophthalmic Atlas and Guide – Christine C. Lim
Detailní popis produktu
Ideally suited for use in the fast-paced practice setting, this text provides both reference images and information for managing the disease in a single text. Small Animal Ophthalmic Atlas and Guide is an easy-to-use aid for small animal general practitioners, veterinary students, and veterinary interns seeking a quick yet complete guide to small animal ophthalmology.
ABOUT THE AUTHOR
Christine C. Lim, DVM, DACVO, is Section Chief of Ophthalmology and Assistant Clinical Professor at the University of Minnesota College of Veterinary Medicine.
“A practical and very useful tool for one’s daily consults.” (Vet Nurses Today, 1 October 2015)
“This book will be useful for astute clinicians who can identify the presence of clinical ophthalmic abnormalities in patients but need a quick reference manual for guidance in diagnosing and treating those abnormalities.” (Journal of the American Veterinary Medical Association, 15 September 2015)
"This is a nice ophthalmic atlas with high quality images and descriptions of diseases and conditions. There are abundant images, which should make identification of most common ophthalmic conditions manageable." (Doody 2016)
"As prefaced by the author, the Atlas and guide is intended as a quick reference to complement more detailed, expansive textbooks, and not as a replacement surgical text. Most importantly, this book does not absolve the practitioner from developing an acceptable protocol of good examination techniques and use of adequate equipment; rather it will encourage the practitioner to learn more about ophthalmology and seek timely specialist ophthalmologist referral for those patients that require such expertise.
The strength of this new textbook is its cleverly designed, slim layout and its practical tips for commonly encountered eye conditions in small animal practice. Those general practitioners who were given the opportunity to review it were impressed with the ease of image recognition, retrieval of information on diagnosis and treatment for each different eye condition. In summary, they gave it ‘the thumbs up’ and I concur." (Australian Veterinary Journal, 3 March 2017)
- Provides both reference images of ocular abnormalities and information for managing disease in a single resource
- Offers high-quality, carefully chosen photographs for comparison at point of diagnosis
- Supplies concise descriptions of disease, focusing on the most important information for diagnosis and treatment
- Aids readers in quickly developing a diagnosis, diagnostic strategy, and treatment plan while the animal is in the exam room
- Presents essential information on ophthalmology for small animal practitioners, students, and interns
- Designed for ease of use in the clinical setting
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