Ophthalmic pathology is a mainstay in ophthalmic practice. A deep understanding of ophthalmic pathology is essential to being a good clinician, since what is seen from other disease entities in ophthalmic practice is simply an interpretation of gross pathology and sometimes a microscopic evaluation of diseases. Ophthalmic pathology is usually directed to ophthalmologists by general pathologists. Ophthalmologists are not used to identifying diseases at a histopathological or cellular level. The pathogenesis of diseases is dependent on ongoing changes over time, something that is difficult to ill.Survey Ophthalmol 1988; 39: 234-240. Schwartz A. Chronic open-angle glaucoma secondary to rhegmatogenous retinal detachment. Am J Ophthalmol 1973; 75: 205- 211. Angle recession glaucoma Girkin CA, McGwin G Jr, Long C, et al.
|Title||:||Ophthalmic Pathology Interactive with Clinical Correlation|
|Author||:||I. S. Othman|
|Publisher||:||Kugler Publications - 2009-01-01|