ophthalmologist


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ophthalmologist

[‚äf‚thal′mäl·ə·jəst]
(medicine)
A physician who specializes in ophthalmology. Also known as oculist.
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Another leading ophthalmologist Dr Misbahul Aziz said cataract or Motiya was another common cause of blindness in Pakistan whose causes were aging, diabetes , hypertension and smoking and urged people to approach doctors before it gets too late and people start losing their vision at the hands of a easily treatable disease.
Islamabad -- Well-known ophthalmologists said that diseases of eye retina could consequence in complete blindness.
It is cost-effective because healthcare settings do not need to employ ophthalmologists across every health centre.
The OFEH currently has 23 staff on board, including four staff ophthalmologists and a medical director.
By locating our optical shop and two of our ophthalmologists in one convenient location, we are fulfilling our mission of providing TLC - Total Local Care, to the residents of South Central Massachusetts and Northern Connecticut.
The collaboration also includes the provision of diagnostic and therapeutic equipment, in particular tripling the number of lasers for the treatment of diabetic retinopathy," says RANZCO ophthalmologist Neil Murray.
OjO's YouTube channel caters to Ophthalmologists looking for valuable resources to help them identify great Ophthalmology positions.
All of the insecurity evaporated when the second optometrist, who worked for an ophthalmologist participating in the kickback scheme, learned that the patient was paying out of pocket.
A further factor contributing to lack of documented eye exams occurred in patients who had seen the ophthalmologist but in whom a report regarding the outcome of the visit was not found in the patient's clinical record.
Attempts to replace corneal stem cells with similar cells from a patient's good eye or from that of a related donor have shown promise, but many have failed after a few years, says ophthalmologist Ivan R.
My ophthalmologist at the time gave me no suggestions whatsoever for controlling or reversing the MD process that he had detected.
Treatment is simple, says Anne Sumers, MD, an ophthalmologist in Ridgewood, NJ, and a national spokesperson for the American Academy of Ophthalmology: one drop of medicine a day.