By Takashi Tokoro
Pathologic myopia that's as a result of axial elongation reasons thinning of the retina and choroid, in particular in circumstances of posterior staphyloma. the results of this myopia is the advance of varied different types of chorioretinal atrophy within the posterior pole, with a gentle development of the atrophic adjustments extending over numerous a long time. beforehand, reviews of atrophic lesions and their medical direction were incomplete, and diagnostic criteria and class of chorioretinopathy were uncertain. The Atlas of PosteriorFundus adjustments in Pathologic Myopia discusses those and different vital questions about the foundation of long term statement and study. a tremendous function of the publication is the presentation of many case reviews, with beneficiant use of full-color images to teach intimately the process fundus alterations. The atlas is effective source not just for ophthalmologists drawn to myopia yet for optometrists, opticians, and scientific students.
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Atlas of Posterior Fundus Changes in Pathologic Myopia by Takashi Tokoro