Clinical Pearls in Refractive Care

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Butterworth-Heinemann, 2002 - Medical - 336 pages
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Learn problem-solving measures and how to avoid pitfalls and common mistakes in prescribing with this very readable guide to conventional wisdom in refractive care.

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D. Leonard Werner, O.D., is the Distinguished Teaching Professor Emeritus, at State College of Optometry, State University of New York. A founding faculty member, he left private practice to join the college when the college was created in 1971. As Chair of the Clinical Sciences Department Dr. Werner was responsible for the development and programs of the teaching clinics. During my stay at the college he served in many roles including Acting Academic Dean. Dr. Werner has authored more than 80 papers, book chapters, and one textbook - Tonometry and Glaucoma Detection - the first optometric glaucoma text (1969). He is a consultant for quality of care for a managed care vision program and also responsible for care at a union vision center.

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