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Clinical Methods in,OPHTHALMOLOGY,A Practical Manual for Undergraduates. Second Edition,Dadapeer K,ms dnb Ophthalmology,Associate Professor. Department of Ophthalmology,Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences. Hassan Karnataka India,Ravikumar BC,Jyothi Swarup,The Health Sciences Publisher. New Delhi London Philadelphia Panama,Jaypee Brothers Medical Publishers P Ltd.
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Printed at,Dedicated to,My parents,Mr Karimsab B and Mrs Babujan K. for their blessings,Mr Emamsab B,for his encouragement. Dr Shama Taj KR,for her support, I have great pleasure in writing the Foreword for Clinical Methods in Ophthalmology A. Practical Manual for Undergraduates My pleasure is multiplied by the fact that Dr Dadapeer. has been working with me for several years at Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences Hassan. Karnataka India He has a keen interest in teaching medical students He has the ability in. gauging the pulse of the students and also their needs and requirements. Only few other branches of medicine have seen such dramatic changes in the last decade. as ophthalmology Even though tremendous strides have been made in the practice of this. specialty a sense of proportion has to be assigned to the subject Stress should be on the basics. and common day to day problems so that newer ophthalmologists can deliver good services. to the patients, In this era of information explosion a student has to study a lot of materials At present. most of the books are either too voluminous in the guise of being comprehensive with material. not easily assimilated by the students or they are too simplistic in their contents and approach. which fail to impart sufficient knowledge and confidence among the students I hope that this. book by Dr Dadapeer K will serve to fill up this lacuna in the undergraduate teaching materials. He has discussed many topics in this book with a clinical orientation He has not only. made it a comprehensive text on the subject but also topics important from examination and. practical stand point are dealt with precise and piecemeal fashion The contents are carefully. crafted to meet the undergraduate curriculum Important points are highlighted and are. supported by an array of neat photographs and depictive illustrations Emphasis has been on. Ophthalmic Examination Methods Case Proforma and Diagnostic Tools Ophthalmic lenses. have been elaborately outlined The drugs used in ophthalmology have been aptly described. The chapter An Approach to a Patient with Red Eye is an attractive feature of the book This. will make the book useful for general practitioners as well. The hallmarks of the book are its simple understandable language lucid description of. facts and emphasis on practical diagnosis and management. I wish all the success to this utility oriented book which will definitely prove to be a boon. for students and practitioners,Ravikumar BC,md Dermatology.
Professor and Head,Department of Dermatology,Formerly Director. Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences,Hassan Karnataka India. There is no alternative to a proper history taking and thorough clinical examination. I am very much pleased to have the opportunity to write the Foreword of this book The. ultimate goal of a medical student should be to become a good clinician by the end of his. undergraduate studies This book is unique and gives the students a comprehensive concept. of clinical methodology and helps them to acquire complete knowledge about the subject. Dr Dadapeer K takes the student through a journey in a clear and concise method with multiple. illustrations and thoughtful explanations towards the achievement of acquiring high quality. clinic acumen, He was a very good enthusiastic student during his undergraduate and postgraduate days. and showed keen interest in learning sharing the knowledge with his fellow students and. teaching the junior students, The book is a complete clinical manual for the undergraduate medical students by covering. both the theoretical details and clinical aspects supported by conceptual illustrations which. help in better understanding of the clinical methodology He has taken tremendous effort to. present a systematic approach to the clinical aspects of disease process. The book will be an adjunct to the many other textbooks for the postgraduate medical. students and provides an excellent source of learning and reference. I hope that this book will be a valuable addition to the library of any establishment involved. in the teaching of the medical students and thereby helps in substantial contribution to the. health care system by providing a good clinician to the society and mankind. Jyothi Swarup,mbbs dlo dnb ent,Department of ENT,Sri Siddhartha Medical College.
Tumakuru Karnataka India,Preface to the Second Edition. I thank all the teachers and students for accepting and making the first edition of Clinical. Methods in Ophthalmology A Practical Manual for Undergraduates one of the popular books. In the second edition of the book all chapters have been edited and re written including. new definitions new concepts and new photographs have been added A new chapter on. Community Ophthalmology has been added, With the above modifications I hereby present to you the second edition of the book I. hope that the book will continue as a useful guide for the medical students during their course. in ophthalmology I have made all the efforts to check for the accuracy of the matter and to. correct the mistakes if any I will be happy to receive constructive comments which will help. in betterment of the book,Dadapeer K,Preface to the First Edition. This book is basically written for the needs of undergraduate medical students I have. observed that the undergraduate medical students often find it difficult to understand. clinical ophthalmology in spite of knowing theory part of it The book aims to present clinical. ophthalmology in a simplified yet in a comprehensive manner with a lot of clinical photographs. Few chapters are discussed in more detail to provide complete information of the topic and. this will be beneficial to the postgraduate students and residents in ophthalmology also The. book has the following key features thus making it an easy to use guide for the students. History taking with clinically structured questionnaire for each case. Detailed case discussion with explanation of clinical problems. Comprehensive coverage with emphasis on clinical application. While writing this book I have gone through many books enquired students regarding. their common doubts and problems recollected what my teachers had taught me and then I. have presented all of them in a concise manner I hope that the book will be a useful guide for. the medical students during their course in ophthalmology Efforts have been made to check. for the accuracy of the matter and to correct the mistakes if any I will be happy to receive. constructive comments which will help in betterment of the book. Dadapeer K,Acknowledgments, My wholehearted expression of gratitude to one and all who have contributed in many ways for. completion of this book I affectionately thank my parents Mr and Mrs Karimsab my uncle and. aunt Mr and Mrs Emamsab my father in law and mother in law Mr and Mrs Abdul Razak. and my sister in law Ms Heena Kousar and brother in law Mr Waris for their constant support. and encouragement, My special thanks to my wife Dr Shama Taj KR Assistant Professor Department of.
Microbiology SS Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre Davangere Karnataka. India for her constant support encouragement and cooperation without which this book. would have never been a reality, I would like to extend my heartful thanks to Dr Pratap VGM Dr Dilip HR Dr Gayathri. V Residents in Ophthalmology Aravind Eye Care Hospital Madurai Tamil Nadu India. Dr Lakshmi Resident in Ophthalmology AJ Institute of Medical Sciences and Research Centre. Mangaluru Karnataka for all the help in taking the photographs and preparing the book. I thank Dr Lakshmi BR Dr Sahana Mainpur Dr Shwetha S Dr Farah Zeba Dr Divya Mishra. Dr Chaitra CM Dr Archana K Dr Anuraj Dr Arpitha Dr Ashish Dr Nehla Tahim Dr Moorthy. TN and Dr Ashitha S for helping me in proofreading the book. I thank colleagues of my department Dr Kavitha CV Dr Pavana Acharya Mr Radhakrishna. Mr Nagesh and Mr Ishidhara Kumar Ophthalmic Officer Government Hospital Alur Hassan. Karnataka for their help rendered to me, I would like to thank Dr Ramamurthy D Chairman The Eye Foundation and. Vice President All India Ophthalmic Society Dr Ravikumar BC Professor of Dermatology. Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences Hassan Karnataka Dr Gangadhar Professor of ENT. Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences Shivamogga Karnataka Dr Praveen G Associate. Professor of Community Medicine Dr Niranjan Associate Professor of Medicine Dr Devraja. R Consultant Hepatologist Dr Sudhanava Associate Professor of Physiology Dr Deepak. Associate Professor of Pharmacology Hassan Institute of Medical Sciences Dr Pradeep. Kumar Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Shimoga Institute of Medical Sciences. Dr Sandhya Professor of Ophthalmology Sri Siddhartha Medical College Tumakuru. Karnataka Dr Rakesh Consultant Ophthalmologist CSI Mission Hospital Hassan. Dr CV Andrews Professor of Ophthalmology Jubilee Mission Medical College and Research. Institute Thrissur Kerala Dr Prakash HM Associate Professor of Pathology Vinayaka Mission. Medical College Salem Tamil Nadu Dr Niranjan Associate Professor of Biochemistry. Mahatma Gandhi Medical College and Research Institute Puducherry Dr Kavitha. Consultant Ophthalmologist Vasan Eye Care Bengaluru Karnataka Dr Narendra Shenoy. Consultant Ophthalmologist Udupi Eye Center Udupi Karnataka Dr Shailaja Shenoy. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Kasturba Medical College Manipal Karnataka. clinical ophthalmology in spite of knowing theory part of it The book aims to present clinical ophthalmology in a simplified yet in a comprehensive manner with a lot of clinical photographs Few chapters are discussed in more detail to provide complete information of the topic and

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