by Ashok Garg
Ophthalmic ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool for various ocular and orbital diseases. A-scan biometry is quite significant for anterior ... Show synopsis Ophthalmic ultrasound is an important diagnostic tool for various ocular and orbital diseases. A-scan biometry is quite significant for anterior segment surgeons for detecting axial length, depth of anterior chamber and IOL power calculation in cataract and lenticular refractive surgery. B-scan ultrasonography is commonly used by posterior segment surgeons in the diagnosis of various ocular pathologies and intraocular and retrobulbar tumors. The concept of this book is to provide text and echogram details in an easy-to-read mini atlas form to serve as a ready reckoner for ophthalmologists in their day-to-day practice. Nineteen chapters of this book provide in-depth analysis of A-scan and B-scan ultrasonography in all major ocular conditions in a comprehensive manner. This book provides the correlation between clinical and ultrasound findings. International experts on this subject have shared their experiences in this excellent mini atlas. Part of the Mini Atlas series of books published by Anshan, covering a comprehensive range of disciplines within medicine and health sciences. The full series will develop into an outstanding resource for any medical library and each individual title will be a great value-for-money addition to a personal collection, or for use as a portable reference for work or home.