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The Eye

  • Ronald E. Pinkerton
  • Yale Solomon
  • Daniel Friedman

Abstract

The threat of visual loss ranks high among man’s greatest anxieties. Disorders of the eye, even when mild, remain a frequent cause of office calls to the family physician. Depending on the characteristics of a particular practice (e.g., workers’ compensation, emergency visits), up to 10% of office Visits relate to ocular complaints.

Keywords

Family Physician Refractive Error Central Retinal Artery Angle Closure Glaucoma Allergic Conjunctivitis 
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© Springer Science+Business Media New York 1988

Authors and Affiliations

  • Ronald E. Pinkerton
  • Yale Solomon
  • Daniel Friedman

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