By Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo
Written by means of specialists within the box of ophthalmology, this new textual content assists in knowing new imaging expertise and the scientific details it may well supply. It permits the reader to study a variety of photographs of varied pathologies and will be of curiosity to retina experts and ophthalmologists. Retinal imaging has passed through dramatic adjustments within the final decade, characterised through consistently bettering photograph solution, such a lot significantly, because it applies to macular ailments, because of ever evolving optical coherence tomography. even if, imaging retina open air of the vascular arcades has come a ways with creation of latest cameras and lenses. the main profound swap has been the creation of wide-angle angiography, which has proven pathologies formerly no longer noticeable or suspected and provides upward push to new theories of pathophysiology of a few retinal ailments. knowing this new imaging know-how and the medical info it may offer calls for a foundation of data and event in associating the findings with different scientific symptoms within the eye and the remainder of the physique. Atlas of Wide-Field Retinal Angiography and Imaging is helping with this adventure by means of permitting the reader to study various pictures of varied pathologies and analyzes angiographic findings within the retinal outer edge. in addition, as this expertise more and more fills ophthalmologists’ places of work world wide, this e-book will end up to be a useful source, written by way of specialists within the box for retina experts and ophthalmologists.
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Atlas of Wide-Field Retinal Angiography and Imaging by Igor Kozak, J. Fernando Arevalo