Practical Ophthalmology by James Hung
A Concise Manual for the Non-Ophthalmologist

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More specialists should create guides of this caliber for nonspecialists. An indispensable ophthalmological volume for any general practitioner’s office.
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Ophthalmology is a specialty that some health care providers may not be very comfortable with. Most medical schools don't require a rotation in ophthalmology, and busy doctors today may not have the experience or confidence to diagnose and treat eye conditions. This book provides basic information on common eye conditions and treatments, and tips on when to refer. In addition, it also provides some basic tools and guidelines for helping patients with their eye care.
 

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Published November 7, 2016 184 pages
Genres: Professional & Technical. Non-fiction
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More specialists should create guides of this caliber for nonspecialists. An indispensable ophthalmological volume for any general practitioner’s office.

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