By Harold E. Henkes (auth.), Harold E. Henkes (eds.)
The 1973 - postgraduate classes in ophthalmology held below the auspices of the Netherlands Ophthalmological Society, mark the twenty fifth anniversary of the rebuilt Rotterdam Eye hospital. the subjects set for those classes: 'Ophthalmic Photography', 'Electro ophthalmology' and 'Echo-ophthalmology', were selected from a large number of fast advancements in ophthalmology in this interval. the purpose used to be to supply the clinician with a lead in a bewildering box of kit and methods and to aid him in settling on equipment that supply worthy effects with out an excessive amount of specialized wisdom. besides the fact that, subtle innovations and dialogue of effects were additional from time to time, in order that the extra complicated reader nonetheless reveals sufficiently inter esting fabric during this file. This holds e.g. for the part on fluorescence-angiography which part has been prolonged at the base of the chance that the clinician in most cases perform too, has been or should be faced with this quickly increasing and engaging box. the explanation to collect tools of aim exam of visible capabilities i.e. electro-ophthalmology and echo-ophthalmology, is obviously as a result intimate connection among the 2. in lots of methods those tools supplement one another in delivering the ultimate analysis. This document doesn't intend to interchange textual content books, nor to outdate treatises on superspecialised ophthalmic matters; it easily has a tendency to supply the clinician with a simple details on chosen suggestions, stimulating the reader to begin utilizing them in day-by-day practice.