Specialty Contact Lenses: A Fitter's Guide
Designed especially for the busy practitioner, this book offers concise, easy-to follow instructions for fitting each type of specialty contact lens. Useful appendices cover basic fitting, lens care and dispensing, modification, complications, liability, and malpractice.
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