Book Description: DECISION MAKING IN OPHTHALMOLOGY teaches the resident practitioner to approach clinical problems in a logical, step-by-step manner through the use of algorithms, or decision trees. The focus of each chapter algorithm outlines the decision-making process the physician should follow in diagnosing and treating a specific condition. For residents, it is an excellent resource for board examination review. For the practitioner, it enhances clinical efficiency with comprehensive coverage of ophthalmology in a concise, easy-to-use format, especially important for physicians practicing in a managed-care environment.* Contains 140 easy-to-use decision trees covering every major area of ophthalmology--detailed enough to include differential diagnosis. * Key decision points are highlighted, referring you to text on the facing page that offers explanation, adds detail, or discusses the rationale for particular decisions. * Completely revised to bring you up to date with the newest management strategies. * Includes 10 new chapters on neuro-ophthalmic disorders. * Ideal for board review.