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Clinical Ophthalmology – An Asian Perspective


Edited by Chong-Lye Ang, Soon-Phaik Chee, Aliza HE Jap, Donald TH Tan,
Tien-Yin Wong

This 750-page book offers a comprehensive clinically oriented text, focusing on principles, techniques, and skills in the diagnosis and management of major eye diseases in Asia.

Also included are step-by-step details of complex ophthalmic surgeries, and the management of surgical complications, with a particular focus on phacoemulsification surgery.

With over 300 photographs and colour illustrations, this book reflects the cumulative clinical experience of our faculty members and highlights pearls in the management of common Asian eye diseases.

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“… This is a good basic textbook dealing with a number of disorders, and practitioners who are desirous of staying current could benefit from this.”  

American Journal of Ophthalmology, Baltimore, Maryland

“… An excellent overview of ophthalmology as viewed from an Asian perspective… This book is comprehensive, well written and easy to read.”
 
Journal of the Royal Colleges of Surgeons of Edinburgh and Ireland University of Aberdeen 


 
 
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Atlas of Inflammatory Eye Diseases

Edited by Soon-Phaik Chee
Authored by Wee-Kiak Lim, Bobby CL Cheng, Kristine Bacsal, Daniel HW Su

This colour atlas on ocular inflammation is comprehensive in its coverage of the common uveitides seen in the Asia-Pacific. Every page of this handy atlas illustrates typical signs and relevant imaging techniques of the various episcleritis/scleritis and uveitic diseases, which readers will find most helpful.

It is systematically organised with key facts laid out in point form for easy reference. Brief comments about the diseases, differential diagnosis and management are also included. 

The ophthalmologist-in-training and the general ophthalmologist would find these pearls indispensable in the care of patients with ocular inflammation.

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“The authors of this colour atlas…. have made a concerted effort to provide the reader with succinctly summarized clinical features including diagnostic and current management. Such an approach should help ophthalmologists-in-training to grasp basic facts related to the inflammatory ocular diseases…  should also be particularly valuable to individuals in the Asia-Pacific region who are interested in management of uveitis and related ocular inflammation….

Narsing A. Rao, MD,
Professor of Ophthalmology and Pathology
Director Uveitis Service, Doheny Eye Institute
The Keck School of Medicine, University of Southern California




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Atlas of Systemic Diseases & Ocular Signs

Edited by Soon-Phaik Chee
Contributors: Seng-Ei TI, Sharon LC Tow, Wee-Kiak Lim, Audrey WL Chia, Bobby CL Cheng, Kristine Bacsal, Joanne L Sims, Daniel HW Su and Anita SY Chan

This Atlas provides both ophthalmologists and physicians comprehensive coverage on systemic diseases and the associated ocular signs seen in the Asia-Pacific.

Comprises two sections:

• The Atlas of Systemic Diseases covers key facts about each disease, differential diagnosis and management together with abundant colour photographs and imaging to illustrate the typical signs and diagnostic investigations for the various systemic conditions. 

• The Atlas of Ocular signs is filled with photographs illustrating specific eye signs, and a brief reference to the differential diagnosis and associate systemic diseases, allowing the reader to cross-reference the systemic conditions that may present for the first time to the an ophthalmologist.

General ophthalmologists, ophthalmologists-in-training, as well as physicians who may encounter such patients will find this as an indispensable book.

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“….is the ideal addition to the clinician’s library, particularly those dealing with this disorder in Asia Pacific who are a less bit familiar with these entities.

The information is presented in a systematic fashion for each disorder, leading the reader through the pertinent facts pertaining to each uveitic entity; not only the clinical findings, but relevant tests and approaches to therapy. This atlas will be seen as indispensable for the clinician seeing patients with these disorders.”

Professor Robert B Nussenblatt, MD, MPH
Chief, Uveitis and Ocular Immunology, Laboratory of Immunology, National Eye Institute, National Institute of Health, Bethesda, Maryland, USA

 
 

 
 
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Ophthalmic Nursing & Paramedical Handbook

Chief Editor : Yong Ming Por
Editors : Shu Yen Lee, Bobby Ching Li Cheng

The book is written for nurses and paramedical staff managing ophthalmic patients. It is written by our practising nurse clinicians, technicians, orthoptists, optometrists, imaging specialists and ophthalmologists.

The Handbook is a comprehensive guide and useful tool for the diagnosis and management of the entire spectrum of eye conditions. The must-read handbook contains precise and concise information that all eyecare staff, both local and foreign, need in their day-to-day patient care and assessment.

 
 
 
 
 




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Myopia

Animal Models to Clinical Trials

edited by Roger W Beuerman (Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore & National University of Singapore, Singapore), Seang-Mei Saw (Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore & National University of Singapore, Singapore), Donald T H Tan (Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore & National University of Singapore, Singapore), & Tien-Yin Wong (Singapore Eye Research Institute, Singapore, Singapore National Eye Centre, Singapore & National University of Singapore, Singapore)

Myopia is the most common optical disorder in the world, and is on the rise in many countries, particularly in East Asia. The impact of myopia is evident as the driving force in the development of refractive surgery and of the spectacle and contact lens industries. While myopia is often seen as a childhood disease that involves complex genetic-environmental factors, it is also a major cause of adult blindness.  In Singapore (where myopia has reached one of the highest rates in the world) as well as in Taiwan, Japan and Hong Kong, affected patients have greater severity of myopia, leading to additional secondary complications such as glaucoma.

This book provides a comprehensive coverage of all aspects of myopia.  It is aimed at ophthalmologists, optometrists, opticians, scientists and pharmaceutical companies. The topics are uniquely treated in that they cover research at the laboratory bench as well as clinical applications and population-based approaches in epidemiology.

Contents:

  •  Epidemiology and Risk Factors:

        -    Epidemiology of Myopia and Myopic Shift in 
              Refraction (B E.K. Klein)
        -    Environmental Risk Factors for Myopia in 
              Children (W C.J. Low, S.M. Saw & T.Y.
              Wong)
        -    Gene-Environment Interactions in the
              Aetiology of Myopia (I G. Morgan & K A.
              Rose)
        -    The Economics of Myopia (M C. C. Lim & K
              D. Frick)  

  • Clinical Studies and Pathologic Myopia:

        -    Quality of Life and Myopia (E L. Lamoreux
              & H-B Wong)
        -    Ocular Morbidity of Pathological Myopia (V 
              S.E. Jeganathan. S.M. Saw & T.Y. Wong)
        -    Myopia and Glaucoma (S A. Perera & T
              Aung)
        -    The Myopic Retina (S-Y Lee)
        -    Retinal Function (C D. Luu & A W.L. Chia) 

  •  Genetics of Myopia:

        -    New Approaches in the Genetics of Myopia
              (L K. Goh, R Metlapally & T Young)
        -    Twin Studies and Myopia (M Schache & P
              N. Baird)
        -    TIGR, TGFBI, cMET, HGF, Collagen Genes
              and Myopia (C-C Khor)
        -    Statistical Analysis of Genome-wide
              Association Studies for Myopia (Y-J Li & Q
              Fan)  

  • Animal Models and the Biological Basis of Myopia:

        -    The Relevance of Studies in Chicks for 
              Understanding Myopia in Humans (J
              Wallman & D L. Nickla)
        -    The Mechanisms Regulating Scleral Change
              in Myopia (N A. McBrien)
        -    The Mouse Model of Myopia (F Schaeffel)
        -    Gene Analysis in Experimental Animal
              Models of Myopia (R.W. Beuerman, L K. 
              Goh & V A.Barathi)  

  • Interventions for Myopia:

        -    Atropine and Other Pharmacological 
              Approaches to Prevent Myopia (L.M.G
              Tong, V A. Barathi & R W. Beuerman)

 

 

 

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SNEC Patient Handbook

Glaucoma: The Complete Guide

Authored by  : Dr Tina T Wong

GLAUCOMA: The Complete Guide is a comprehensive yet simplified handbook for patients, which covers every aspect of glaucoma from diagnosis of the many different types of glaucoma, to the many different options of how to treat them.  This book is designed to provide concise yet comprehensive facts about glaucoma and answer the many questions you may have about this condition. 

If you have already been diagnosed with glaucoma or even if you have just been informed that you are at risk of developing glaucoma, then after reading this book you will be well-informed and, when attending consultations, be fully able to understand your discussions with your ophthalmologist.  It also contains invaluable advice on how to optimize your lifestyle for low vision if you are a sufferer of this debilitating condition. 

Understand your illness and learn what needs to be done to safeguard your eyesight.


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