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Differential Diagnosis in Ophthalmology.
  1. CREIG HOYT

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    Differential Diagnosis in Ophthalmology. By Stephen A Vernon. Pp 192; £19.95. London: Manson Publishing, 1999. ISBN 1-874545-90-1.

    This small handbook was meant to provide “a differential diagnosis for those who provide eye care”. The book is divided into 10 chapters: Essentials of anatomy and physiology, Examinations of the visual system, The child with suspected eye disease, Chronic loss of vision, Acute painless visual disturbance, The acute red eye, Abnormal looking “eyes”, Chronic ocular unease and associated headaches, Ocular trauma, and Ophthalmology throughout the world. All of the …

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