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Tarascon Pocket Ophthalmologica

Author(s): Randall L. Goodman, MD, FACS, Ophthalmologist, Shepard Eye Center, Santa Maria, California
Won I. Kim, MD, Ophthalmologist, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas
Ronald D. Allen, DO, Ophthalmologist, The Portland Clinic, LLP, Portland, Oregon
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  • ISBN-13: 9780763786625
  • Paperback    142 pages      © 2013
Price: $19.95 US List
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The Tarascon Pocket Ophthalmologica is the first book of its kind - a quick reference guide for diagnosis and treatment of eye diseases, written specifically for health care providers without extensive ophthalmic training. Comprehensive and concise, Tarascon Pocket Ophthalmologica is organized by symptoms for quick review by busy clinicians to allow for accurate diagnosis and proper management at the point of care. Terms are explained and brief, concise reviews of eye anatomy, physiology, and pathophysiology are provided where needed.

The Tarascon Pocket Ophthalmologica is a great pocket-sized resource for primary care and emergency medicine physicians, nurses, physician assistants, students and other health care providers.

1  Eye Exam
2  Trauma: Globe
3  Trauma: Lid / Orbit
4  Red Eye: Infectious
5  Red Eye: Noninfectious
6  Vision Loss: Gradual and Painless
7  Pediatric-Onset Vision Loss: Gradual and Painless
8  Vision Loss: Sudden and Painless
9  Vision Loss: Painful
10  Diplopia and Disconjugate Gaze
11  Eyelid Drooping, Lumps, and Bumps
12  Proptosis and Orbital Disease
13  Photophobia
14  Night Blindness
15  Floaters and Flashes
16  Tearing
17  Leukocoria

Randall L. Goodman, MD, FACS-Ophthalmologist, Shepard Eye Center, Santa Maria, California

Won I. Kim, MD-Ophthalmologist, Brooke Army Medical Center, Fort Sam Houston, Texas

Ronald D. Allen, DO-Ophthalmologist, The Portland Clinic, LLP, Portland, Oregon