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Comprehensive vision care: a model

Journal of the American Optometric Association

Feb 1, 1976

A N Rosen

PMID: 1027781

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This paper suggests a model for the practice of vision care in which the optometrist and ophthalmologist are each used to maximum advantage. It is demonstrated how the present antagonism between the two fields can be removed with a resultant enhancement of the practice of both optometry...read more

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Ophthalmology Specialty
Health Care Systems
Optometry
Etiquette, Medical
Visual Impairment
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Comprehensive vision care: a model

Journal of the American Optometric Association

Feb 1, 1976

A N Rosen

PMID: 1027781

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Abstract

This paper suggests a model for the practice of vision care in which the optometrist and ophthalmologist are each used to maximum advantage. It is demonstrated how the present antagonism between the two fields can be removed with a resultant enhancement of the practice of both optometry...read more

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Ophthalmology Specialty
Health Care Systems
Optometry
Etiquette, Medical
Visual Impairment

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