Contact Lenses, Part 1
Anthony John Phillips, Lynne Speedwell
Butterworth-Heinemann, Jan 1, 1997 - Medical - 889 pages
This definitive and authoritative textbook brings together contributions from internationally recognized experts within the field of contact lens practice.
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The history of contact lenses
Contact lens materials 50 lenses
Drugs and solutions in contact lens practice Patient management and instruction
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