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The only all-embracing textbook of basic science suitable for trainee ophthalmologists, optometrists and vison scientists — other books concentrate on the individual areas such as anatomy. Attractive page design with clear, colour diagrams and text boxes make this a much more accessible book to learn from than many postgraduate textbooks.
Presents in a readable form an account of all the basic sciences necessary for an understanding of the eye — anatomy, embryology, genetics, biochemistry, physiology, pharmacology, immunology, microbiology and infection and pathology. More on molecular pathology.
Thorough updating of the sections on pathology, immunology, pharmacology and immunology. Revision of all other chapters. More colour illustrations.