The following links and resources, provided by Dr. Ambati of Eugene, can be of benefit to medical students, house officers in other fields (e.g., ER, IM, FM), and primary care providers.
This is a free online book with animations, videos, and easy-to-read introductions to the basics of ophthalmology and ophthalmic examination.
 Dr. Ambati's new book Diagnostic Ophthalmology is a reference textbook that provides vital information about the 280+ most common diagnoses encountered in an ophthalmologic practice. Using the pioneered Amirsys bulleted format, the textbook presents the information you need to know in a clear, concise manner that maximizes efficiency. The ebook is available at .
This online portal has free downloads for Archimedes, MedAlert, RxDrugs, and Outlines in Clinical Medicine. It also offers paid access to Wills Eye Manual and Mass. Eye & Ear Illustrated Manual.
The International Council of Ophthalmology offers a variety of educational resources.
EyeRounds from the University of Iowa is an online atlas of cases, pictures, and videos.
Atlas of Ophthalmology is the biggest ophthalmology image database with high-quality, peer-reviewed and commented pictures on the entire Internet
The Digital Atlas of Ophthalmology is a database of images drawn from the vast clinical experience of The New York Eye and Ear Infirmary specialists and their colleagues around the world. It is intended to serve as a visual reference and educational supplement for ophthalmologists, general physicians, and medical students. Digital Journal of Ophthalmology is an online website sponsored by Massachusetts Eye & Ear Infirmary that is peer-reviewed online journal with weekly cases, original articles and knowledge review.
Open Ophthalmology hosts a series of lectures on clinical optics, and ophthalmic diagnostics like topography, wavefront aberrations, and lens calculations
These are 2 more online eye atlases.
A great all-around resource