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Physiology of the Eye (5th Edition)

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Red Globe Press

Pages: 846
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Hardcover - 9780333458600

18 June 1990

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For forty years Hugh Davson's Physiology of the Eye has been regarded as the leading textbook in ophthalmology. This extensively revised and updated fifth edition maintains this reputation and presents the author's lifelong...

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For forty years Hugh Davson's Physiology of the Eye has been regarded as the leading textbook in ophthalmology. This extensively revised and updated fifth edition maintains this reputation and presents the author's lifelong expertise to the student. The structure and content have been revised to keep abreast of current teaching and research interests, while maintaining the style and clarity of previous editions.

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Anatomical Introduction: The Aqueous Humour and Intravascular Pressure
The Vitreous Body
The Cornea
The Lens
Retinal Structure and Organization
Measurement of the Stimulus and Dioptrics of the Human Eye
Some General Aspects of Vision
Photochemical Aspects of Vision
Dark Adaptation and the Minimum Visual
Stimulus Electrophysiology of the Retina: Response to Stimulation and the Transduction Process
Electrophysiology of the Retina: Further Studies on the Cold-Blooded Retina
Electrophysiology of the Retina: Further Aspects
Flicker Visual Acuity Wavelength
Discrimination and the Theory of Colour Vision
The Stiles-Crawford Effect, Adaptation and Photopic Sensitivity Curves
Visual Perception: Introduction Neurophysiology of Perception: The Higher Visual Pathways
Neurophysiology of Perception: Cortical Projection Neurophysiology of Perception: Cortical Neurones Neurophysiology of Perception: Spatial Analysis Neurophysiology of Perception: Developmental Aspects of Visual Field Characteristics
Neurophysiology of Perception: Non-Geniculostriate Pathways and the Neurones of their Central Stations
The Extraocular Muscles and their Action
Nervous Control of the Eye Movements
The Pupil Accommodation
The Near Response
The Protective Mechanism
Index.
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