for Primary Care 4th Edition Pediatric Ophthalmology Kenneth W. Wright, MD Yi Ning J. Strube, MD, FRCSC How do you diagnose pediatric eye disorders? What are today’s preferred treatment techniques? Which conditions can you manage yourself? When is referral your most appropriate option? Find authoritative answers fast in Pediatric Ophthalmology for Primary Care, 4th Edition Kenneth W. Wright, MD, and Yi Ning J. Strube, MD, FRCSC Completely updated and revised, the fourth edition provides primary care physicians with quick access to diagnostic and treatment solutions to all pediatric-specific eye issues likely to be encountered in primary care. Includes more than 200 images. Enhancements in the 4th edition include Updated sections on optic nerve hypoplasia, idiopathic intracranial hypertension, juvenile idiopathic arthritis, lymphangiomas, retinopathy of prematurity, retino- blastoma, Aicardi syndrome, and Niemann-Pick disease Updated key references, figures, and tables Updates in the field of ocular genetics Updated treatment options, including for capillary hemangioma, for keratoconus, and gene therapy New topics: gyrate atrophy, iris cysts, pilomatrixoma, pyogenic granulomas, and cerebrotendinous xanthomatosis A variety of readers, including pediatricians, family physicians, nurses, and nurse practitioners, will find this book useful. You’ll consult this authoritative resource again and again for expert guidance on For other pediatric resources, visit the American Academy of Pediatrics at shop.aap.org. Eye examinations Vision screening Eye anatomy and physiology Amblyopia Refractive errors Tearing Genetic syndromes Strabismus Dyslexia Ocular trauma “Pink eye” Ocular inflammation and uveitis Corneal abnormalities Neonatal and infantile blindness Leukocoria: cataracts, retinal tumors, and Coats disease And much more! 9 781610022293 90000 ISBN 978-1-61002-229-3 AAP Pediatric Ophthalmology for Primary Care 4th Edition Wright Strube
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