Oxford Textbook of Ophthalmology: sections 1-2.10

Oxford Textbook of Ophthalmology: sections 1-2.10

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This new Oxford Textbook will become the definitive reference for ophthalmology. Fully illustrated in colour throughout, it covers all aspects of the scientific basis, pathophysiology, diagnosis, and management of the eye and its disorders, including neuro-ophthalmology, paediatric ophthalmology, and surgical principles and anaesthesia.The textbook has been written by an international team of contributors who have been instructed to emphasize clear plans for clinical management, giving the scientific evidence on which they based, while also analysing underlying mechanisms of disease.1, is given by the difference between the monocular visual locations (PL - PR in the half-images). ... Random dot stereograms It is now common practice to use images formed of randomly positioned points to test for stereopsis because the ... Readers who can free-fuse these images by verging away from the picture plane will see a central cloud of dots hovering at ... A diagram showing the shift in the relative monocular location is presented in the box in the lower right corner of Fig.

Title:Oxford Textbook of Ophthalmology: sections 1-2.10
Author: D. L. Easty
Publisher: - 1999

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