Visual Perception: A Clinical Orientation
The only text for the optometric optics course in optometry schools! This concise, student-friendly, highly visual text covers the key topics in geometrical and visual optics foundational to optometric practice. Features over 300 illustrations, summaries and self-assessment questions, and case studies making the subject more clinically relevant. In addition, the illustrations will be improved with more original artwork.
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