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Problems in Ophthalmology

ISBN/ASIN: 9789401172264,9789401172240 | 1982 | English | pdf | 141/133 pages | 6.60 Mb
Publisher: Springer Netherlands | Author: Michael Glasspool FRCS, DO (auth.) | Edition: 1

This series of books is designed to help general practitioners. So are other books. What is unusual in this instance is their collec­ tive authorship; they are written by specialists working at district general hospitals. The writers derive their own experi­ ence from a range of cases less highly selected than those on which textbooks are traditionally based. They are also in a good position to pick out topics which they see creating difficulties for the practitioners of their district, whose personal capacities are familiar to them; and to concentrate on contexts where mistakes are most likely to occur. They are all well-accustomed to working in consultation. All the authors write from hospital experience and from the viewpoint of their specialty. There are, therefore, matters important to family practice which should be sought not within this series, but elsewhere. Within the series much practical and useful advice is to be found with which the general practitioner can compare his existing performance and build in new ideas and improved techniques. These books are attractively produced and I recommend them.

Problems in Ophthalmology

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