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Clinical contact lens practice / ed. Edward S. Bennett, Barry A. Weissman

Secondary Author Bennett, Edward S.
Weissman, Barry A.
Country Estados Unidos. Publication Philadelphia : Lippincott Williams & Wilkins, cop. 2005 Description XI, [14], 1072 p. : il., color. ; 28 cm ISBN 0-7817-3705-2 CDU 617.7 681.735
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
BGUM 617.7 - C Available 354200

Licenciatura em Optometria e Ciências da Visão Contactologia Básica 2º semestre

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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

This comprehensive text and reference addresses the full scope of contemporary contact lens science and practice. With two expert editors and 100 first-rate contributors, the book presents practitioners and students in optometry and ophthalmology with key facts on corneal anatomy, recent research, contact lens design, patient evaluation, clinical applications, patient education, and complications of contact lens wear. More than 600 illustrations complement the text.

Clinical Contact Lens Practice will be the standard text for required contact lens courses and will be an invaluable everyday reference for practitioners.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Section 1 Basic Topics
  • Chapter 1 History and Development of Contact Lenses
  • Chapter 2 Anatomy, Morphology and Electron Microscopy of the Cornea and Conjunctiva
  • Chapter 3 Corneal Oxygen Consumption and Hypoxia
  • Chapter 4 Immunology and Inflammation
  • Chapter 5 Microbiology of Contact Lenses
  • Chapter 6 Contact Lens Design
  • Chapter 7A Optical Phenomena of Contact Lenses
  • 7B Practical Optics of Contact Lens Prescription
  • Section 2 Preliminaries
  • Chapter 8 Initial Evaluation
  • Chapter 9 Corneal Topography: corneal curvature and optics, clinical applications and wave front analysis
  • Section 3 Rigid CL Application, Care, and Evaluation
  • Chapter 10 Polymer Chemistry
  • Chapter 11 Material Selection
  • Chapter 12 Basic Fitting
  • Chapter 13 Rigid Lens Care and Patient Education
  • Chapter 14 Inspection and Verification of Gas Permeable Contact Lenses
  • Chapter 15 Modification
  • Chapter 16A Progress Evaluation Procedures
  • Chapter 16B RGP Problem Solving
  • Section 4 Hydrogel CL Application, Care, and Evaluation
  • Chapter 17 Polymer Chemistry
  • Chapter 18 Soft Contact Lens Application
  • Chapter 19 Hydrogel Lens Care Regimens and Patient Education
  • Chapter 20 Hydrogel Lens Solution Chemistry
  • Chapter 21 Disposable and Frequent Replacement Hydrogel Contact Lenses
  • Chapter 22 Hydrogel Contact Lens Follow-up Care and Problem Solving
  • Section 5 Advanced CL Application
  • Chapter 23 Tears, Dry Eye, and Management
  • Chapter 24 Hybrid Materials and Designs
  • Chapter 25 Rigid Contact Lenses and Astigmatism
  • Chapter 26 Hydrogel CL Astigmatism Correction
  • Chapter 27 Presbyopic CL Application
  • Chapter 28 Contact Lens Applications for Ocular Trauma, Disease, and Surgery
  • Chapter 29 Contact Lens Corneal Reshaping

Author notes provided by Syndetics

Edward S. Bennett, OD, MS, FAAO: University of Missouri-St. Louis, College of Optometry
Barry A. Weissman, OD, PHD, FAAO: Jules Stein Eye Institute, UCLA School of Medicine

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