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This book is a practical guide to the office neuro-ophthalmologic examination. It covers the basics of what to examine and why, how to perform the various tests, and what the results mean. Each chapter has been devised so that all major aspects of neuro-ophthalmology are covered and explained in a relatively basic manner - no ophthalmologic background is assumed. It is intended to serve as a complete reference for trainees and non-experts who must test muscle and nerve function in the eyes. The book features: a thorough overview of neuro-ophthalmologic changes and complications in pregnancy; a chapter on electrophysiology of the eye which covers the VER test; review of the cavernous sinuses; a summary of gaze disturbances and other ocular motility problems; emphasis on the use of direct ophthalmoscopy by general physicians; emphasis on the importance of checking pupils carefully; and a section on nystagmus.
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Book Description Mosby Inc, 1991. Condition: New. book. Seller Inventory # M080161600X