The Ophthalmic Assistant: A Guide for Ophthalmic Medical Personnel
This is a thorough reference guide for the ophthalmic office. Background is provided on ophthalmic disease, surgical procedures and instrumentation, and practical technical information on the tasks performed by the ophthalmic assistant is given.
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Anatomy of the eye
Physiology of the eye
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