Clinical Ocular Pharmacology
1.0 out of 5 stars Briefer, but not more concise...Sept. 16 2008
By Andrew P. Kluka -I own every single edition of Clinical Ocular Pharmacology. The first edition of this work did an excellent job in pointing out basic pharmaceutical priniciples to start the work off. The second edtion did this to a lesser extent and subsequent edtions ignored them all together.
Editons three and beyond DID gradually expand specific Ocular treatment plans and disease descriptions more and more.
Then this edtion came along.
Certain drugs, which had been discussed in every single prior edtion were not even mentioned, and the treatment given to diseases and pharmaceuticals alike was abbreviatd.
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