The family physician is often the first to hear the following questions:
Is my baby cross-eyed?
Is it a growth or an infection?
Is the injury serious?
Can you see the foreign body?
I have a pain in my eye!
Do I have a cataract?
KeywordsOptic Nerve Family Physician Retinal Detachment Refractive Error Family Practitioner
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