Ocular disorders are common in small animal clinical practice, but their diagnosis and treatment can be challenging. Guide to Clinical Ophthalmology is a user-friendly resource that presents practical, clinically relevant information about the most common ophthalmic diseases in an easy-to-read format with extensive illustrations and photographs to assist in diagnosis.
Written by practicing veterinary ophthalmologists for general practitioners, this book presents a "real-world" approach to identifying and treating ocular diseases in dogs and cats to help improve patient care.
Shelby Reinstein, DVM, MS, DACVO (Ed)
Softcover, Spiral Bound, 102 pp; H: 11in; W: 8.5in; 1.2 lbs