Self Assessment and Review of Ophthalmology


  • Name of the Textbook: Self Assessment and Review of Ophthalmology
  • Edition: 4th
  • Author: Sudha Seetharam
  • Publisher: Jaypee brothers Publication
  • ISBN: 9789352709199
  • Language: English
  • Book: New
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Bestselling book on The subject. New: full-color edition. New: expanded in size for better readability. New: Golden points for NEET included at the end of each Chapter as “must remember”. new: recent NEET, AIIMS and PGI questions included in a separate Chapter for quick revision. New: more than 150 high-resolution ophthalmic images with image-based questions on clinical cases provided at the end of each Chapter with key points for identification of the images. New: more one-liners have been added. New: contents have been star-marked with important, very important and extremely important chapters as per recent exam trends. Important points to Remember are highlighted with superscript Q. High-yield points are highlighted in colored boxes for last-minute revision. Special emphasis on chapters like retina and ophthalmology which are important for MCQ and requires an in-depth understanding of concepts. Self-assessment questions provided at the end of each Chapter along with answers and explanations. Concepts are based on latest editions of standard textbooks by eminent authors, like Kanski, Yanoff-Duker, Peyman, Parson and Khurana. Answers with precise explanations of all recent questions including NEET 2019, AIIMS (Nov 2018-2000), PGI (2018-2000), DNB (2016-2000), APPG, JIPMER, Bihar PG, PGMCET, wb pg, COMEDK (2015). illustrative diagrams, flowcharts, and tables provided for a better understanding of concepts. A must-buy book for NEET, AIIMS, PGI, JIPMER, FMGE and state entrance exams.


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