Because knowledge is the one thing that gains value the more it is used, the entire textbook is available as a PDF if you cannot afford the purchase price. Due to the size of the book it has been divided into 9 downloadable sections. Each section includes 3 chapters.
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- Download Part 1 - (ch1-3 - 17mb)
- Download Part 2 - (ch4-6 - 38mb)
- Download Part 3 - (ch7-9 - 37mb)
- Download Part 4 - (ch10-12 - 20mb)
- Download Part 5 - (ch13-15 - 52mb)
- Download Part 6 - (ch16-18 - 14mb)
- Download Part 7 - (ch19-21 - 18mb)
- Download Part 8 - (ch22-24 - 14mb)
- Download Part 9 - (ch25-End - 59mb)
"The book not only transfers medical evidence based medical knowledge, but it is full of practical advice and recommendations. It´s like attending a fellowship. The humor, spread all through the book, makes it more enjoyable."
Dr. Eduardo Mayorga Argañaraz, Argentina
"I was delighted to open your “Diabetic Retinopathy for the Comprehensive Ophthalmologist,” to find a well-written, common-sense, informative book that should have immense value not only in the developed but particularly in the developing world. I plan to make this known and I am greatly appreciative of your making it available at www.drcobook.com."
Bruce E. Spivey, M.D., M.S., M.Ed. President, International Council of Ophthalmology
"This book passes on a wealth of experience with a refreshing style and would be ideal for a general ophthalmologist wishing to become proficient at looking after patients with diabetic retinopathy."
N. Astbury M.D., London School of Hygiene and Tropical Medicine