Beautifully illustrated throughout, "Lecture Notes: Ophthalmology" concentrates on the most common eye problems that health practitioners are expected to diagnose and manage. The book begins with a brief introduction to ocular anatomy and eye examination and then focuses on core conditions in ophthalmology. The highly structured text, with learning objectives at the start and self assessment at the end of each chapter is designed to facilitate easy access to information, making the book an ideal resource for revision.This 10th edition of "Lecture Notes: Ophthalmology" has been thoroughly updated and revised to include the latest information and also features: new material on ophthalmic clinical presentation and tropical ophthalmology; a focus on the core information needed by students, junior doctors and other health professionals; an anatomical and a symptoms-based approach to ophthalmology; a consistent approach to individual diseases which makes it ideal for quick reference; and a chapter on additional information guiding the reader to the most appropriate sources for more detailed information. The result is a book that remains the most compact yet comprehensive guide to ophthalmology. It will appeal to medical students, junior doctors, optometry students, practising opticians, general practitioners, and ophthalmic nurses who want a concise introduction to the subject or an ideal revision companion.