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Optometry A-Z, 1e


Optometry A-Z, 1e

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    Available in PDF Format | Optometry A-Z, 1e.pdf | English
    Nathan Efron BScOptom PhD (Melbourne)DSc (Manchester)FAAO (Dip CCLRT)FIACLEFCCLSAFBCLAFACO(Editor)
This textbook is a comprehensive encyclopaedia of all aspects of Optometry, including colour vision, eye disease, low vision, binocular vision, orthoptics, contact lenses, spectacle lenses, ocular anatomy and physiology, geometrical and physical optics, optometric techniques, visual fields, occupational optometry, therapeutics and optometric law. Arranged in a convenient A-Z format, it will be an invaluable reference source for the busy practitioner as well as a useful study aid for students new to the field.
  • Quick-reference A-Z format
  • Extensively illustrated in colour throughout
  • Hundreds of terms and definitions
  • Thorough explanations enhanced by line diagrams and tables for ready reference
  • Comprehensively cross referenced
  • Useful appendices including optometric and contact lens grading scales
  • Edited by an acclaimed optometric author and educator
  • Extensive contributions from leading authorities in the field

A book that will assist every eye care practitioner, this text will be invaluable to optometrists, ophthalmologists and dispensing opticians. It will also serve as a handy reference for clinical support staff and those working in industries and professions allied to eye care. Indeed anyone working or studying in this field will find Optometry A-Z an essential purchase.
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  • By Irmaozinho on 25 August 2007

    This book is ideal for undergraduates who want an overview of optometry. It covers all areas. I must admit it is a little pricey. However if you want several textbooks in one this is it. I did mean to give it a four stars but made a mistake. Better than Milliodts dictionary but essentially this is superficial and a reference dictionary

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