This book is a clearly written, fully illustrated, complete introduction to practical ophthalmology, and gives all the information needed by trainee ophthalmologists for both clinical practice and for study. It is also an ideal introductory text for those studying for their Membership examinations. Ophthalmology is a concise introduction to clinicla ophthalmlogy for the trainee in their first few years in the specialty. Detailed practical guidance is given on diagnosis and managementincluding history, examination, and investigationof all disorders encountered in routine practice, with particular emphasis on clinical decision-making and treatment. It also provides a framework for further study, for which references to specialist texts are provided throughout. There are sections on ophthalmological optics and refraction, therapeutics, surgical management, lasers, techniques of photocoagulation and photodisruption, and differential diagnosis according to symptoms and signs. Correlations are drawn throughout between clinical ophthalmology and ophthalmological pathology to provide an understanding of the scientific basis of modern ophthalmology. All ophthalmologists in training will benefit in their every day clinical practice from having this excellent textbook of ophthalmology.