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The ABC of Eyes 4th Edition is a comprehensive guide to the anatomy and function of the eyes. Written by internationally-renowned ophthalmologist Dr Paul McAllister, this guide covers everything from basic eye anatomy to more advanced topics such as glaucoma and diabetic retinopathy. The ABC of Eyes 4th Edition is available as a PDF download free.

The ABC of Eyes is a comprehensive book that covers all aspects of eyesight. Written by Dr Russell Hill, this book is an excellent resource for people of all ages who want to improve their vision. The ABC of Eyes covers topics such as eye anatomy and physiology, eye diseases and disorders, eye tests and treatments, and more. This book is a must-have for anyone who wants to understand the basics of eyesight and take steps to improve their vision.

Preface ABC of Eyes 4th Edition 

We would like to acknowledge the help we have received over the years from our general practitioner, medical student, and ophthalmological colleagues for their probing questions that have helped us crystallise our thoughts on many topics. We are grateful to Alan Lacey from the Department of Medical Illustration at Moorfields Eye Hospital for his superb artistry and the diagrams. We would also like to thank Peggy Khaw for her tremendous work on the many drafts of the book from its inception, and Jennifer Murray for her help with the 4th edition. In the past Jane Smith, Mary Evans, Mary Banks, Deborah Reece, Alex Stibbe, and currently Eleanor Lines and Sally Carter have also been very supportive, steering us through the pitfalls of publishing. We also thank Steve Tuft for his expert advice on the refractive surgery section and Marie Tsaloumas for the photographs of age-related macular degeneration. Jackie Martin (supported by the Royal London Society for the Blind), Barbara Norton, and Jennifer Rignold guided us through the services for the visually handicapped. We thank Pharmacia (now Pfizer) for permission to use their colour plates for cataract surgery (page 48), Guide Dogs for the Blind for the picture of the guide dog (page 43), and Simon Keightley of the DVLA for his advice on driving standards.
We are grateful to many people and organisations for use of their photographs in Chapter 14. These include the International Resource Centre for the Prevention of Blindness at the International Centre for Eye Health, London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine, London; Sue Stevens; John DC Anderson; Pak Sang Lee; Murray McGavin; Hugh Taylor; the Christoffel-Blindenmission (CBM); and the World Health Organization (the photograph of corneal melt on page 83 is from their Primary Eye Care slide set). The map on page 83 showing areas affected by onchocerciasis is adapted from a slide from the Image Bureau. Most of the photographs are copyrighted by Professor Peng Khaw. Some photographs are copyright of Moorfields Eye Hospital NHS Trust. The photograph of postoperative glaucoma drainage bleb on page 85 is copyright of City Hospital NHS Trust, Birmingham. We would like to acknowledge the support of the Michael and Ilse Katz Foundation.

The ABC of Eyes by consultant ophthalmologist P Shah and professors P T Khaw and A R Elkington and is now one of the most well established introductory textbooks to ophthalmology.

conclusion ABC of Eyes 4th Edition 

In conclusion, The ABC of Eyes is an excellent resource for improving eyesight. The book is comprehensive and easy to understand, making it a valuable tool for anyone who wants to improve their vision. I highly recommend this book to anyone who is interested in improving their eyesight.

Dr. Abdullah is a professor and a doctor teaching students to get there med license.

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