The Wills Eye Manual

The Wills Eye Manual : Office and Emergency Room Diagnosis and Treatment of Eye Disease

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Updated to include the newest drugs, procedures, and treatment protocols, the Fourth Edition of this best-selling manual is a reliable quick-reference guide for all clinicians who treat eye disorders. Every disorder encountered in the office, emergency room, or hospital is covered in concise outline format: symptoms, signs, etiology, differential diagnosis, work-up, treatment, and follow-up. This edition includes many new radiologic studies, laboratory tests, diagnostic methods, surgical techniques, and medications introduced in the past five years. "The Wills Eye Manual, Fourth Edition" is also available electronically for PDAs. See Media listing for details.
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  • Paperback | 448 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 25mm | 608g
  • Philadelphia, United States
  • English
  • Revised
  • 4th Revised edition
  • 23
  • 0781742072
  • 9780781742078
  • 2,615,525

Table of contents

Chapter 1 Differential Diagnosis of Ocular Symptoms Chapter 2 Differential Diagnosis of Ocular Signs Chapter 3 Trauma 3.1 Chemical Burn 3.2 Corneal Abrasion 3.3 Corneal and Conjunctival Foreign Bodies 3.4 Hyphema and Microhyphema 3.5 Traumatic Iritis 3.6 Conjunctival Laceration 3.7 Eyelid Laceration 3.8 Orbital Blow-Out Fracture 3.9 Traumatic Retrobulbar Hemorrhage 3.10 Intraorbital Foreign Body 3.11 Commotio Retinae 3.12 Traumatic Choroidal Rupture 3.13 Corneal Laceration 3.14 Ruptured Globe and Penetrating Ocular Injury 3.15 Intraocular Foreign Body 3.16 Traumatic Optic Neuropathy Chapter 4 Cornea 4.1 Superficial Punctate Keratitis (SPK) 4.2 Recurrent Corneal Erosion 4.3 Dry-Eye Syndrome (DES) 4.4 Filamentary Keratopathy 4.5 Exposure Keratopathy 4.6 Neurotrophic Keratopathy 4.7 Thermal/Ultraviolet Keratopathy 4.8 Thygeson's Superficial Punctate Keratopathy 4.9 Pterygium/Pinguecula 4.10 Band Keratopathy 4.11 Bacterial Keratitis 4.12 Fungal Keratitis 4.13 Acanthamoeba 4.14 Herpes Simplex Virus (HSV) 4.15 Herpes Zoster Virus (HZV) 4.16 Interstitial Keratitis 4.17 Staphylococcal Hypersensitivity 4.18 Phlyctenulosis 4.19 Contact Lens-Related Problems 4.20 Contact Lens-Induced Giant Papillary Conjunctivitis 4.21 Peripheral Corneal Thinning/Ulceration 4.22 Dellen 4.23 Keratoconus 4.24 Corneal Dystrophies 4.25 Fuchs' Endothelial Dystrophy 4.26 Aphakic Bullous Keratopathy/Pseudophakic Bullous Keratopathy 4.27 Corneal Graft Rejection 4.28 Refractive Surgery Complications 4.29 Ocular Vaccinia Chapter 5 Conjunctiva/Sclera/IRIS/External Disease 5.1 Acute Conjunctivitis 5.2 Chronic Conjunctivitis 5.3 Parinaud's Oculoglandular Conjunctivitis 5.4 Superior Limbic Keratoconjunctivitis (SLK) 5.5 Subconjunctival Hemorrhage 5.6 Episcleritis 5.7 Scleritis 5.8 Blepharitis/Meibomianitis 5.9 Ocular Rosacea 5.10 Ocular Cicatricial Pemphigoid 5.11 Contact Dermatitis 5.12 Conjunctival Tumors 5.13 Malignant Melanoma of the Iris Chapter 6 Eyelid 6.1 Chalazion/ Hordeolum 6.2 Ectropion 6.3 Entropion 6.4 Trichiasis 6.5 Floppy Eyelid Syndrome 6.6 Blepharospasm 6.7 Canaliculitis 6.8 Dacryocystitis (Inflammation of the Lacrimal Sac) 6.9 Acute Infectious Dacryoadenitis (Infection of the Lacrimal Gland) 6.10 Preseptal Cellulitis 6.11 Malignant Tumors of the Eyelid Chapter 7 Orbit 7.1 Orbital disease 7.2 Thyroid Related Orbitopathy (Graves' Ophthalmopathy) 7.3 Orbital Inflammatory Pseudotumor (Nonspecific Orbital Inflammatory Disease) 7.4 Orbital Cellulitis 7.5 Orbital Tumors in Children 7.6 Orbital Tumors in Adults 7.7 Lacrimal Gland Mass/Chronic Dacryoadenitis Chapter 8 Pediatrics 8.1 Leukocoria 8.2 Retinopathy of Prematurity (ROP) 8.3 Esodeviations in Children 8.4 Exodeviations in Children 8.5 Strabismus Syndromes 8.6 Amblyopia 8.7 Congenital Cataract 8.8 Congenital Syphilis 8.9 Ophthalmia Neonatorum (Newborn Conjunctivitis) 8.10 Congenital Nasolacrimal Duct Obstruction 8.11 Congenital Glaucoma 8.12 Developmental Anterior Segment and Lens Anomalies
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About Wills Eye Hospital

Douglas J. Rhee, MD
Assistant Professor
Harvard Medical School
Associate Chief, Practice Development
Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary
Boston, Massachusetts USA
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