3 edition of Introduction to clinical optometry found in the catalog.
Introduction to clinical optometry
A. M. Skeffington
Previously published in: Clinical optometry, Oct. 1964-Sept. 1965.
|Other titles||Clinical optometry.|
|Statement||by A.M. Skeffington.|
|Series||Introduction to behavioral optometry|
|LC Classifications||RE951 .S64 1988|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||ii, 57 p. :|
|Number of Pages||57|
|LC Control Number||88034534|
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Optometry A Career Guide consistent, and reliable information on optometry as a career for use by prospective students, prehealth advisors, and optometrists who want to share information about their profession with others. The material is intended for Optometrists are commissioned officers who work in a hospital or clinical setting with File Size: KB. Introduction to optometry. Monday, J @ PM. Author: Amit Mathur. One attends medical school and works in a clinical environment. The other attends a specialized optometry program and will become a part of an optometrists office. During medical school ophthalmologists receive regular medical training on all the parts of the.
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