About the Book:
Ophthalmology Explained is a comprehensive and concise guide for medical students and residents. It is an attempt from researchers across the world to provide an up-to-date textbook that equips healthcare professionals to recognize and manage ocular disorders. This book is supported with hundreds of clinical photos and illustrations along with references to additional reading material, should the reader want to use supplementary sources.
About the Author:
Dr. Mohammad Ali A. Sadiq is working as an Associate Professor in Ophthalmology at King Edward Medical University, Lahore. After completing M.B.B.S and residency from King Edward Medical University, he went on to pursue his fellowship in Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus from Alder Hay Hospital in Liverpool and Harvard Boston Children’s Hospital, USA.
He specializes in complex strabismus in children and adults and pioneered the use of Botox to treat some forms of strabismus in Pakistan. His research on retinopathy of prematurity was the first internationally published work on the topic from Pakistan. In his capacity as the Deputy Provincial Coordinator for prevention and control of blindness, he played a role in devising pediatric cataract surgery guidelines for Pakistan. As a faculty member, he was involved in redesigning the ophthalmology curriculum for the university.