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Current Practices in Ophthalmology (10 books)

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by Parul Ichhpujani (Author) , Sahil Thakur (Author) , Glenn Yiu (Editor) and 6 more

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    Current Practices in Ophthalmology (10 books)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Author) , Sahil Thakur (Author) , Glenn Yiu (Editor) and 6 more

    Vitreoretinal Disorders (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (May 28, 2018)
    by Glenn Yiu (Editor)
    This book discusses the newest trends, concepts, and advancements in the management of vitreo-retinal conditions. The field of retina is rapidly changing, with new advances ranging from stem cell therapy, gene therapy and editing, new drug targets, novel delivery systems, and innovative technologies in advanced ocular imaging and surgical techniques.
    The goal is to provide a way to update practitioners and trainees on how the field of retina is changing. Areas of focus include new technologies, particularly in ocular imaging and vitreo-retinal surgery, major new clinical trials, particularly those that are shifting practice patterns or addressing novel therapies, and novel research that is altering the classification and diagnosis of retinal conditions, as well as management strategies and prognostic predictors for vitreo-retinal diseases.

    This volume is essential reading for generalist and specialist ophthalmologists and useful for residents and fellows training in various subspecialties.

    Smart Resources in Ophthalmology: Applications and Social Networking (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Jun 6, 2018)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Author) , Sahil Thakur (Author)
    This book provides information on how to extract the most from mobile applications and easily adapt and integrate them into daily practice. Today mobile applications that can optimize patient flow, help in examinations, perform anterior/posterior segment imaging, offer differential diagnosis and therapeutic options and even serve as patient drug reminders and councilors are easily available. Most of them have been developed by individuals and as a result lack marketing, even though they are free to download and use.
    Ophthalmology has always been at the forefront of medicine when it comes to adopting the latest developments — be they lasers, off-label anti-VEGF drugs or biocompatible implants. Mobile phones and tablets have infiltrated our private and professional lives and they are here to stay. As such, this book explores the endless possibilities that mobile computing offers, and introduces the vista of opportunities for providing better care, one download at a time.
    As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology” this volume is intended for residents and fellows in-training, as well as general and specialist ophthalmologists.

    Ocular Oncology (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Jul 10, 2019)
    by Aparna Ramasubramanian (Editor)
    This book concentrates on ocular oncology covering the latest advances in both adult and pediatric oncology. The topics covered are: retinoblastoma, melanoma, graft vs. host disease, squamous cell neoplasia, intraocular lymphoma, coats disease, and choroidal hemangioma. Each chapter is written by an expert in the field and covers the most recent developments in management. As part of the series “Current Practices in ophthalmology” this volume is meant for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists and specialists alike.

    Ophthalmic Instruments and Surgical Tools (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Aug 2, 2019)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Editor) , Manpreet Singh (Editor)
    The goal of this book is to offer readers essential information on the morphological features of ophthalmic surgical instruments, their possible uses, and intraoperative handling of the standard and latest instrumentation across ophthalmology subspecialties. Detailed content on basic and advanced instruments for both anterior and posterior segment surgeries is also provided, helping readers use them in the most effective and efficient manner. 
    This handy manual also provides valuable insights into proper sterilization techniques, suture materials, and common OR equipment and machines. The text is richly illustrated throughout.
    As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology”, this volume is intended for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists, and specialists alike. 

    Glaucoma (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Aug 12, 2019)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Editor)
    This book covers all the latest aspects of what’s happening in all the micro-fields of glaucoma. The chapters cover pathogenesis, structural and functional tests, and medical, laser and surgical therapies. An entire chapter is devoted to the future of glaucoma management. All the chapters are supported with illustrations to enhance understanding of the developments.A lot of innovations are happening in the field of basic research, pharmacology, surgical devices and imaging equipment for glaucoma.
    As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology” this volume is meant for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists and specialists alike.
     
    Current Advances in Ophthalmic Technology (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Aug 31, 2019)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Editor)
    This book provides an overview of the latest technological advances in various ophthalmology subspecialties: from the latest glaucoma shunt devices to mobile adaptors for posterior segment evaluation, this book has it all. It gives readers a valuable head start for adopting the uber-new and cutting-edge products now available on the market. 
    Being familiar with these new products and technologies will help both new and established ophthalmologists make effective and efficient choices, while also helping their practices stand out from the crowd. Perhaps no other branch of medicine is as technology-oriented as ophthalmology: be it lasers, fiber optics, robotics, stem cells or nanoparticles, every cutting-edge step that “Research and Development” takes is rapidly integrated into everyday eye practice.As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology”, this volume is intended for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists, specialists and vision science researchers alike.

    Neuro-ophthalmic Disorders (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Oct 3, 2019)
    by Preeti Patil Chhablani (Editor)
    This book discusses in detail the major advances in the field of neuro-ophthalmology. Based on the latest research from across the globe, it highlights recent developments in all areas of neuro-ophthalmology, including optic neuritis and the associated demyelinating diseases – especially the changing paradigms in the diagnosis and management of multiple sclerosis and neuromyelitis optica. It also covers the various types of hereditary optic neuropathies as well as nystagmus and its management. In order to provide comprehensive information in a single volume, it addresses topics of interest in pediatric neuro-ophthalmology, such as pediatric optic neuritis and cortical visual impairment, innovations in the management of ocular motility disorders and other disorders of the optic nerve and central nervous system, including ischemic neuropathies and idiopathic intracranial hypertension.This book provides a one-stop source of information on all key topics of neuro-ophthalmology, enabling trainee fellows and practitioners to keep abreast of the current thoughts in this field.As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology” this volume is intended for residents and fellows-in-training, as well as generalist and specialist ophthalmologists alike.

    Uveitis (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Nov 21, 2019)
    by Phoebe Lin (Editor)
    This book discusses the main clinical aspects of common uveitic infectious and non-infectious entities, the diagnostic work-up, and the treatment/management options based on the literature, where available, and clinical experience. Providing a quick reference guide to uveitis and retina fellows as well as general ophthalmologists, this comprehensive book includes chapters on diagnostic biopsy and pediatric uveitis, as well as reference tables and figures.
    As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology” this book is intended for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists and specialists alike.

    Orbit and Oculoplastics: Newer Trends (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Nov 26, 2019)
    by Adit Gupta (Editor) , Prerana Tahiliani (Editor)
    This book covers the advances in the field of ophthalmic plastic and orbital surgery. This book aims at educating the general and specialist ophthalmologists and residents about the various facets that this niche subspecialty has to offer in the future. It covers the latest evidence-based approach in the diagnosis and management of various oculoplastic disorders. Chapters are supplemented with ample illustrations and well labelled diagrams wherever necessary. Chapters include key topics such as imaging, orbital decompression, lacrimal surgery, and orbital trauma. Chapters on navigation-guided orbital surgery, oculo-facial aesthetics, socket surgery, and targeted therapies on peri-ocular and orbital malignancies complete the coverage. A special chapter on photographic documentation in oculoplastics guides readers on how to capture the images for future reference and work.
    As part of the series “Current Practices in Ophthalmology” this volume is meant for residents, fellows-in-training, generalist ophthalmologists and specialists alike.

    Artificial Intelligence and Ophthalmology: Perks, Perils and Pitfalls (Current Practices in Ophthalmology) (Apr 22, 2021)
    by Parul Ichhpujani (Editor) , Sahil Thakur (Editor)
    The book helps to explore the vast expanse of artificial intelligence-based scientific content that has been published in the last few years. Ophthalmology has recently undergone a silent digital revolution, with machine learning and deep learning algorithms consistently outperforming human graders in studies published across the globe. It is high time that a resource that breaks this information behemoth into easily digestible bits comes to the fore. This book simplifies the complex mechanics of algorithms used in ophthalmology and vision science applications. It also tries to address potential ethical issues with machines entering our clinics and patients’ lives. Overall it is essential reading for ophthalmologists/eye care professionals interested in artificial intelligence and everyone who is looking for a deep dive into the exciting world of digital medicine.