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What new book to buy for practice?

Discussion in 'Young Ophthalmologists' started by bobbybee22, Feb 12, 2012.

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    I'm a new practicing ophthalmologist just out of residency and have a small stipend to purchase a new book. I have most of the board review books, so I don't want anything like that, but I do want something that will provide me some utility in my practice. I have an oculoplastics and corneal text book so I'm good on those. Are there any great refractive or premium IOL text books? Should I go with a corneal topography text or perhaps Shields for glaucoma? How about the Spalton Atlas? I'd appreciate the advice...
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