Decision Making in Ophthalmology teaches the resident or relatively inexperienced practitioner to approach clinical problems in a logical, step-by-step manner through the use of algorithms, or decision trees. The focus of each chapter is its algorithm, which outlines the decisionmaking processthe physician should follow in diagnosing and treating a specific condition. For residents, it is an excellent resource for board examination review. For the practitioner, it enhances clinical efficiency with comprehensive coverage of ophthalmology in a concise, easyformat, especially important for physicians practicing in a managedenvironment.
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