Foundations of Binocular Vision: A Clinical Perspective

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jul 17, 2000 - Medical - 345 pages
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From a renowned author team comes a clinically oriented approach to the introductor study of binocular vision. Essential reading for second-year optometry students, this vital core text covers testing procedures, diagnostic issues, and treatment modalities in preparation for more advanced clinical work. Key points to remember for national board exams are highlighted and discussions of clinical applications and procedures abound in every chapter.

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Fusion and Correspondence
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