Scott’s Anatomy of the Eye and Orbit was written as an electronic textbook to make use of the new tools and smart technology available for teaching anatomy, histology, and embryology of the eye. The goal with this text was to provide ophthalmology residents and optometry students with the essential anatomy required to practice. Over 100 clinical correlations are included in this text to demonstrate the practical application of anatomy, histology, and embryology to the practice of ophthalmology and optometry. Among the 530 color figures are images of dissected human cadavers so that the reader may have a better appreciation of the anatomy of the eye and orbit. There are 850 glossary terms that are also automatically assembled into study cards. Finally, there are a handful of videos which we will expand over time.
Supported by an unrestricted grant from Research to Prevent Blindness, New York, NY