Publish Year 2014
Size 5.5" X 8.5"
Cover Type Paper Back
With CD/DVD No
Weight (Grams) 125
The idea of Clinical Refraction Guide has been conceived to fill this gap and to create a source, which is readily available with the eyecare practitioners in their bag. The book is designed to have the relevant texts so that the reader can assess the key information quickly. The majority of the chapters also follow the sequential steps of the whole procedure. Meticulous planning has been done to design the contents and put them into different chapters.
The book has two sections: Section I explains the basic clinical procedures used for routine refraction and Section II deals with retinoscopy procedure. Retinoscope is one of the most wonderful and simple instruments used for ocular examination as the clinical procedure. Retinoscopy is an art that cannot be learned through books. It needs a long practice either on schematic eye or on patients to really master the art. The author has tried to arrange the basic information as to the use and application of the retinoscope in a very small package, so that an individual can turn over its pages to look for the assistance.
The book has been compiled in a very simple language so that it serves as a reference guide in the clinic as well as in the classes. The readers must take the help of other textbooks available on the subject to get into the depth.