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orthoptic

[ȯr′thäp·tik]
(mathematics)
The locus of the intersection of tangents to a given curve that meet at a right angle.
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Vascular complications, treatment, and outcome following orthoptic liver transplantation.
Dr Sarah Shea, from Dwygyfylchi, will be presented with the award for her wide and deep knowledge in the subject of orthoptics, which she uses to the benefit of her patients.
Effects of orthoptic treatment on the CA/C and AC/A ratios in convergence insufficiency.
We hope that you will support our profession in our bid to make orthoptic services safer and more efficient for our patients.
Predicting results in the orthoptic treatment of accommodative dysfunction.
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Jayna Mistry is a member of the orthoptic team at University Hospitals Coventry and Warwickshire NHS Trust.
The service is operated by the trust's orthoptic department and involves testing the youngsters for visual conditions that can hinder their academic and social development.
Orthoptic treatment of subjects showing slow accommodative responses.
Binocular vision, a complex topic which many optometrists shy away from, saw a near-capacity session on the subject delivered by Professor Bruce Evans covering the use of contact lenses to improve visual outcomes for orthoptic cases.
Some orthoptic conditions can be managed with contact lenses.
Patients receive a full eye examination, orthoptic assessment, and assessment for visual stress.