Principles and Practice of Pediatric Optometry
Alfred A. Rosenbloom, Meredith W. Morgan
Lippincott, 1990 - Medical - 589 pages
Covers identification/assessment/mgmt of vision problems as well as technical issues of visual function of children.
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Optical Components of the Eye Embryology and Postnatal
Normal Development of the Neural Pathways
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