Clinical Tests in Ophthalmology
Outstanding color illustrations allow you to see how every ophthalmic test and procedure is performed and how the results are analyzed. You'll find expert advice on the correct use of the complex instruments involved and the interpretation of test results.
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Testing visual acuity
Examining infants and children
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