The retinoscopy book: an introductory manual for eye care professionals

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Slack Inc., Jan 15, 1996 - Medical - 134 pages
A best-selling classic for over 15 years, this book is the only basic instruction manual designed for ophthalmic professionals to teach themselves the art of clinical retinoscopy. Diagrams & photos complement time-tested exercises to aid comprehension of the fundamentals. Designed to supplement Joint Commission on Allied Health Personnel in Ophthalmology (JCAHPO) instruction courses for technicians or to facilitate a do-it-yourself training program for ophthalmologists, optometrists, & other eye care professionals in training, this popular book has been updated in its fourth edition through additional sections on minus cylinders, use of the refractor to retinoscope the schematic eye, & a catalog of currently available instruments.

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Contents

Retinoscopy Its Use and Development
1
The Retinoscope How It Works
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A Review of Optics
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