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By: Jatoi, Shafi M. Publisher/Imprint. Paramount Publishing Enterprise. Isbn/Ean. / Format. Paperback. Published. 01/04/ Good luck. Image may contain: text that says 'Be a part of World Eye and Vision Generations of ophthalmologists learned and still learning from your books. The book contains following chapters: Embryology of the eye, applied anatomy Professor Dr. Sha fi M. Jatoi is the Professor of Ophthalmology and Director.
I would like to acknowledge each and every one of the contributors for their excellent work on each chapter. Each one of them devoted time and effort to write a chapter, contributing to the success of this book and the advancement of ophthalmology.
I would thank Ms. Martina Durovic and Mr. Jan Hyrat, the book Publishing Process Managers for their expert assistance in all the issues concerning this book, to Ms.
Ana Nikolic, the Head of Editorial Consultants for her useful assistance, and for all for choosing me to be the editor of the book. My gratitude to the technical editors for arranging the book in a uniform format and for the publisher InTech, for undertaking this mission.
Lastly, thanks to my family, teachers, and students from whom I studied throughout the years. This book covers selected topics in ophthalmology, providing a glimpse into the advancements in different aspects of the field.
It is not aimed to cover the whole field of ophthalmology, and hopefully, more topics will be covered in future books. The book is intended for the general ophthalmologists, sub-specialists, researchers, residents, and fellows.
It covers both basic and clinical concepts of ophthalmology.
Therefore, the book should enable researchers and clinicians to adopt new ideas for further basic research and clinical practice. This book, arranged in a systematic approach, discusses first the general aspects of ophthalmology surgery , and then disorders affecting different structures of the eye from the cornea and ocular surface backwards to the retina and the structures surrounding the globe. It is a product of a balance between the expedited publishing process and encompassing broad aspects of the field.
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Hats off for the care you take in preparing your slides, the patience you have in uploading all this stuff and your kind gesture in making all these classes available for free to all students across the globe. Timothy Root, How are you. Amazing videos! Such a fun way to learn!! It literally brightens up my dull and duller revision day. All of my classmates and I love this website and think the world of you.
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