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Ophthalmology

  • Yale Solomon

Abstract

Disorders of the eye in family practice may involve the “outer eye” and related structures or the “inner eye.” The family physician should be able to manage most problems related to the cornea, sclera, conjunctiva, eyelids, and lacrimal apparatus.

Keywords

Optic Nerve Family Physician Retinal Detachment Refractive Error Visual Field Defect 
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  • Yale Solomon

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