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- Kugler Publications 2013; US$ 87.75
PrefaceChild hood is the topic of the ninth World Glaucoma Association Consensus. There has been only sparse attention to the diagnosis and treatment of childhood glaucoma. Both pediatric ophthalmologists and glaucoma specialists provide care for such children. In some instances, they manage these individuals alone and, in others, the management is... more...
- Kugler Publications 2009; US$ 54.00
It is evident that in the last couple of years there has been a surge of interest in research in the fi eld of glaucoma surgery. This includes research in the improvement of conventional glaucoma surgery; trabeculectomy, and glaucoma drainage devices, as well as research in more recently introduced surgical methods and their emplacement in our range... more...
- Kugler Publications 2008; US$ 67.50
This is the fifth glaucoma World Glaucoma Association Consensus. As with other consensus topics, the discussion and conclusions of Glaucoma Screening, the subject for the 2008 consensus, will have broad impact. The global faculty, consisting of leading authorities on various aspects of glaucoma screening, met in Fort Lauderdale on April 26, 2008 to... more...
- Kugler Publications 2009; US$ 67.50
The history and development of vision and ocular medicine over time always occurred within a framework of many other cultural events. Thus, it is important to understand these factors before one can appreciate how vision and ocular medicine were viewed and practiced at a particular time and in a particular region, and how both slowly progressed over... more...
- Kugler Publications 2009; US$ 67.50
This is the sixth World Glaucoma Association Consensus. The relationship between ocular blood flow and glaucoma has been discussed for more than a century, and still it uniformly fuels debates at glaucoma meetings throughout the world. Clearly, the results of this report will have broad and significant impact on glaucoma research and clinical practice.... more...
- Kugler Publications 2010; US$ 94.25
Nothing begins from nothing. For everything new under the sun, there is a history (or at least a theory) of what preceded it and made it possible. With regard to each human accomplishment, it is nearly always possible to trace it back to earlier accomplishments that provided the foundation on which the subsequent advance was achieved. This thought... more...
- Kugler Publications 2011; US$ 170.00
In this beautiful atlas, Cor Cremers and Jef Mulder have put together the knowledge and experience gained in four decades of practicing and teaching microsurgical procedures. To be able to teach the basic approaches of modern temporal bone surgery using only one temporal bone represents a masterly performance. Since the number of temporal bones available... more...
- Kugler Publications 2011; US$ 67.50
Progression of Glaucoma is the topic of the eighth World Glaucoma Association Consensus. There has been considerable attention to the diagnosis of glaucoma during the past twenty years. In fact, this was the topic of the inaugural WGA consensus report in 2003. During the past decade, however, numerous studies have been undertaken to also investigate... more...
- Kugler Publications 2012; US$ 285.00
The human eye is a remarkable optical device. In less than a second, a young human eye can accommodate from infinity to closer than 10 cm. Accommodation occurs with minimal effort and can be rapidly repeated with no apparent evidence of fatigue. Unfortunately, maximum accommodation decreases throughout life and by the fifth decade leads to presbyopia,... more...