Feb 092019
 

Evidence-Based Ophthalmology offers a unique approach to managing eye disease. From systematic reviewing of evidence, this book provides an overview of techniques for optimum management in key areas, including glaucoma, cataract and retinal disease – an invaluable reference source for practitioners worldwide representing an important contribution to the literature.Key FeaturesInternational authorship by leading Cochrane participants An unbiased method for summarising and disseminating the evidence Identifies gaps in evidence, and therefore research opportunities Free-access update website giving the latest trial data and recommendations for implementation in practiceIncludes a free fully searchable CD-ROMContent: Chapter 1 Finding the Evidence (pages 1–6): Kay DickersinChapter 2 Synthesising the Evidence (pages 7–10): Jennifer EvansChapter 3 Evidence in Practice (pages 11–13): Richard WormaldChapter 4 Allergic Conjunctivitis (pages 17–32): Christopher G Owen, Katherine Henshaw, Liam Smeeth and Aziz SheikhChapter 5 Acute Bacterial Conjunctivitis (pages 33–35): Aziz SheikhChapter 6 Viral Conjunctivitis (pages 37–39): Hazel EverittChapter 7 Screening Older People for Impaired Vision (pages 41–43): Liarn SrneethChapter 8 Congenital and Infantile Cataract (pages 47–51): Jugnoo S RahiChapter 9 Congenital Glaucoma (pages 53–56): Maria Papadopoulos and PT KhawChapter 10 Retinopathy of Prematurity (pages 57–69): Clare GilbertChapter 11 Ophthalmia Neonatorum (pages 71–79): Jane MoseleyChapter 12 Unilateral Amblyopia (pages 81–85): Cathy WilliamsChapter 13 Infantile Esotropia (pages 87–89): Lorraine Cassidy and Jugnoo S RahiChapter 14 Accommodative Esotropia (pages 91–94): Michael ClarkeChapter 15 Childhood Exotropia (pages 95–99): Sarah Richardson and Lawrence GnanarajChapter 16 Prevention of Myopia Progression (pages 101–108): Ian FlitcroftChapter 17 Entropion and Ectropion (pages 111–113): Kostas G Boboridis and Michael J WearneChapter 18 Thyroid Eye Disease (pages 115–117): Michael J Wearne and Silvia WengrowiczChapter 19 Lacrimal Obstruction (pages 119–122): Vinidh Paler, Andrew K Robson and Michael BearnChapter 20 Trachoma (pages 125–128): Denise MabeyChapter 21 Corneal Abrasion and Recurrent Erosion (pages 129–135): David F AndersonChapter 22 Herpes Simplex Keratitis (pages 137–143): Alonso RodriguezChapter 23 Suppurative Keratitis (pages 145–153): Stephanie L WatsonChapter 24 Ocular Toxoplasmosis (pages 157–160): Carlos PavesioChapter 25 Onchocerciasis (pages 161–165): Henry EjereChapter 26 Idiopathic (Autoimmune) Sight?Threatening Uveitis (pages 167–173): Philip I MurrayChapter 27 Cytomegalovirus Retinitis in Patients with AIDS (pages 175–189): Adnan TufailChapter 28 Anterior Uveitis (pages 191–194): Nicholas P JonesChapter 29 Primary Open Angle Glaucoma and Ocular Hypertension (pages 197–203): Richard Wormald and Rajiv ShahChapter 30 Acute and Chronic Angle Closure Glaucoma (pages 205–209): Richard Wormald and Rajiv ShahChapter 31 Modification of Wound Healing in Glaucoma Drainage Surgery (pages 211–217): JF Kirwan and Richard WormaldChapter 32 Cataract Surgical Techniques (pages 221–242): Jodhbir S MehtaChapter 33 Intraocular Lens Implant Biocompatibiiity (pages 243–258): Emma HollickChapter 34 Multifocal and Monofocal Intraocular Lenses (pages 259–268): Martin LeylandChapter 35 Perioperative Management of Cataract Surgery (pages 267–285): Vincenzo MaurinoChapter 36 Age?Related Macular Degeneration (pages 289–300): Jennifer EvansChapter 37 Treatment of Lattice Degeneration and Asymptomatic Retinal Breaks to Prevent Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment (pages 301–302): Charles P WilkinsonChapter 38 Surgery for Proliferative Vitreoretinopathy (pages 303–305): David G CharterisChapter 39 Rhegmatogenous Retinal Detachment (pages 307–315): Graham Duguid and Sarit Lesnik?ObersteinChapter 40 Surgical Management of Full?Thickness Macular Hole (pages 317–321): Eric EzraChapter 41 Retinal Vein Occlusion (pages 323–328): Heather BaldwinChapter 42 Medical Interventions for Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 331–339): Bernd Richter and Eva KohnerChapter 43 Photocoagulation for Sight Threatening Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 341–345): Jonathan GF DowlerChapter 44 Vitrectomy for Diabetic Retinopathy (pages 347–350): Paul Sullivan and Alistair LaidlawChapter 45 Optic Neuritis (pages 353–356): Simon J HickmanChapter 46 Arteritic and Non?Arteritic Anterior Ischaemic Optic Neuropathy (pages 357–362): Ahmed ToosyChapter 47 Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension (pages 363–365): Christian J Lueck and Gawn G McllwaineChapter 48 Toxic and Nutritional Optic Neuropathies (pages 367–369): Fion BremnerChapter 49 Traumatic Optic Neuropathy (pages 371–372): Andrew S JacksChapter 50 Ocular Adnexal and Orbital Tumours (pages 375–381): Santosh G Honavar and Arun D SinghChapter 51 Uveal Melanoma (pages 383–385): Arun D Singh, Paul A Rundle and Ian G RennieChapter 52 Retinoblastoma (pages 387–391): Arun D SinghChapter 53 Vision Rehabilitation (pages 359–399): Gary Rubin
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