Wills Eye Ins i u e has been my “academic home” or over 30 years. During ha ime, I have wi nessed remarkable changes in pedia ric oph halmology as i has become a more es ablished and rapidly expanding subspecial y.
Al hough many changes have occurred a Wills over hose years, cer ain hings have remained cons an , including he ou s anding acul y, ellows, residen s, and s a , as well as he commi men o excellen pa ien care and academic endeavors. Wills is a rich s orehouse o clinical ma erial and has provided he major background or his book. In par icular, he Pedia ric Oph halmology and Ocular Gene ics Depar men a Wills, which cares or housands o children each year, provides a rare oppor uni y or he s udy o an ex remely wide varie y o pedia ric ocular disorders. I has been a pleasure o oversee he produc ion o his book as each con ribu- or has been par o he “Wills amily.”
The advances ha have occurred in he unders anding o pedia ric ocular disease and newer modali ies o rea men require a cons an upda ing o knowledge abou hese condi ions. his ex was wri en in an e or o provide prac icing oph halmologis s, pedia ric oph halmologis s, and residen s in raining wi h a concise upda e o he clinical indings and he mos recen rea men available or a wide spec rum o childhood ocular diseases. he disorders are grouped according o he speci ic ocular s ruc ure involved. he a las orma should provide readers wi h a clear and succinc ou line o he disease en i ies and s imula e a more de ailed pursui o he speci ic ocular disorders.
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