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Editor(s): Traverso C.E. (Genoa) 
Stalmans I. (Leuven) 
Topouzis F. (Thessaloniki) 
Bagnasco L. (Genoa) 

Status: available   
Publication year: 2016
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ESASO Course Series , Vol. 8
Editor(s): Bandello F. (Milan) 
Corcóstegui B. (Barcelona) 
VIII + 130 p., 64 fig., 46 in color, 17 tab., soft cover, 2016
Status: available   
ISSN: 1664-882X
e-ISSN: 1664-8838

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(…) What I found most useful as a non-glaucoma specialist was the very clear tables outlining landmark studies like the the Ocular Hypertension Treatment Study (OHTS); overviews of the precise intraocular pressure decrease that can be expected from each of the available topical medications; and therapeutical algorithms for glaucoma treatment, from first-choice monotherapy to surgical solutions. The information on laser treatments was particularly illuminating. (…)

Leigh Spielberg, MD, FEBO

Read the full review: http://www.eurotimes.org/books-special-focus-glaucoma-reviewed-dr-leigh-spielberg/

A practical manual - evidence and consensus based
Promising developments in the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma are giving hope to millions of patients threatened by blindness worldwide. This 8th volume of the 'ESASO Course Series' is a manual containing the lectures from the ESASO glaucoma session held in 2016. Topics range from diagnostic techniques to therapies such as laser treatment, canaloplasty, and phacoemulsification. Antiscarring measures and the risk of glaucoma-related handicap are discussed. The contributors are renowned experts in the field of ophthalmology and the subspecialty of glaucoma.
This easy-to-read text is intended to help solve practical clinical problems. Residents and established ophthalmologists will find it to be a beneficial source of current information.