Wills Eye Manual, The: Office and Emergency Room Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disease
- 7th Ed.
- © Wolters Kluwer
- Brynn N. Wajda; Michael P. Rabinowitz
- ISBN-10: 1-4963-1883-8 / ISBN-13: 978-1-4963-1883-1
- Ophthalmology, Emergency/Critical Care
For more than 25 years, The Wills Eye Manual has been a best-selling source of authoritative guidance on treating ocular disorders in an office, emergency room, or hospital setting. The 7th Edition introduces exciting new changes to bring this pocket-sized reference thoroughly up to date retaining the features that have made it so useful in daily practice.
New to this edition:
- • Recent major clinical trials data
- • Changing trends in trauma, oculoplastics, cornea, pediatrics, neuro-ophthalmology, uveitis, and more
Outstanding features you’ve come to expect from the Wills Eye Manual:
- • The most accurate and current information on more than 200 ophthalmic conditions
- • Effective clinical recommendations for evaluation, diagnosis, management, and treatment
- • Concise outline format for portability and quick reference
- • All chapters written and edited by the residents and attending ophthalmologists at one of busiest and largest eye hospitals in the country
- • It’s everything you wanted to know and nothing more
Specialty Score: 2.93 Health Sciences - Optometry; 2.8 Health Sciences - Ophthalmology
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Quotes, Reviews or Testimonials
"The Wills Eye Manual has been widely successful since it was first published in 1990. It is an exceptional book and a wonderful tool for almost any medical professional. It is well written, comprehensive, and easy to understand. This excellent manual stands without peer among its contemporaries."
-- Christopher Chambers, MD (Northwestern University Feinberg School of Medicine) Doody's Review - previous edition
This manual is unique in medicine, as it is useful for a wide range of practitioners in any stage of their careers -- students, residents, and attending physicians. It is a valuable resource for emergency room physicians, general practitioners, pediatricians, optometrists, nurse practitioners, physician assistants, and ophthalmologists.