Malpractice and Contact Lenses: A Guide to Limiting Liability in Contact Lens Practice
A detailed and highly practical manual on steps the optometric contact lens practitioner should take in office procedures to limit exposure to charges of malpractice.
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Malpractice and Contact Lens Practice
A Common Thread in Malpractice Cases
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