Clinical Pathways In Vitreoretinal Disease

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ISBN: 9781588901194

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Unique pathway approach builds evidence-based treatment strategies...

Vitreoretinal disease is the leading cause of severe vision loss. In this cutting-edge reference, top specialists use clinical decision trees and pathway diagrams to build effective, evidence-based management strategies. Written in a straightforward question and answer format, the book covers all topics from retinal detachment and hemorrhage to pigmented lesions and noninfectious inflammation. The text and clinical pathways work together to lead you from initial findings through differential diagnosis and treatment options.

Key features of this valuable book:

  • Information presented as clinical decision-making trees and pathway diagrams, offering a "yes-or-no" approach to diagnosis and treatment
  • Chapters arranged by presenting symptom rather than diagnosis, reflecting the way clinicians work in the day-to-day practice setting
  • Entire text written in a consistent question and answer format, covering all clinical features of each symptom
  • Renowned team of retinal experts share insights and clinical experience providing broad coverage of both adult and pediatric retinal diseases

This practical working tool is essential for all retina specialists, general ophthalmologists, and residents who treat extreme cases of vision loss. It offers vital information needed to reach an accurate diagnosis and provide optimal patient care. Stay informed on the newest strategies for managing vitreoretinal disease!

Scott M. Steidl, M.D., D.M.A., is Director of Vitreoretinal Services and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at University of Maryland School of Medicine, Baltimore, Maryland. Mary Elizabeth Hartnett, M.D., is Director of Retina and Associate Professor of Ophthalmology at Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center, New Orleans, Louisiana.