Written specifically for the optometrist, this book covers all aspects of cataract from the optometric point of view. It provides essential background information as well as up to date clinical information in a comprehensive and well illustrated text.
Introduction; Biochemistry; Cataract types; Signs, symptoms and patient management; New techniques; Assessment of neural function behind cataract; The ophthalmologists point of view; Correction of aphakia by spectacle lenses, contact lenses, intraocular implants; The medical treatment of cataract.
By William A. Douthwaite, MSc, PhD, FBCO, DCLP, Professor of Optometry, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK; and Mark A. Hurst, PhD, BSc, FBCO, Lecturer in Optometry, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
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"this is a strategic and praiseworthy text which deserves attention and possession. "British Jrnl of Optometry & Dispensing, February 1994 is a book which is likely to enrich that average practice."The Contact Lens Journal, February 1994