How It Works and What Can Go WrongBook - 2016
"Over the past fifty years, enormous progress has been made in understanding visual mechanisms and treating eye disorders. And yet the scientist is not always aware of the latest clinical advances and the clinician is often not up to date on the basic scientific discoveries. Writing in nontechnical language, John and Joseph Dowling, a neuroscientist and an ophthalmologist, examine vision from both perspectives, providing concise descriptions of basic visual mechanisms and related clinical abnormalities."--Jacket.
Publisher: Cambridge, Massachusetts :, The MIT Press,, 
Characteristics: xx, 204 pages : illustrations (some color) ; 21 cm