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Q. What kind of Doctor is an Ophthalmologist? My 7 year old daughter has been referred by her GP to an Ophthalmologist. What kind of Doctor is it?

A. An Ophthalmologist is a Doctor who specializes in Ophthalmology. Ophthalmology, is the branch of medicine which deals with the diseases and surgery of the visual pathways, including the eye, brain, and areas surrounding the eye.

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Nine participants (two in the placebo group, one in the tadalafil group and six in the sildenafil group) discontinued the study because of an adverse event, but only one of those was an ophthalmologic event (in the placebo group).
The spectrum of ophthalmologic manifestations would lead one to conclude that several pathophysiologic processes are involved.
Eye health should be monitored throughout pregnancy with ophthalmologic evaluations at least once per trimester.
Sonographic technology is expected to evolve rapidly and spawn many new ultrasound procedures, such as 3D-ultrasonography for use in obstetric and ophthalmologic diagnosis.
It has been described in the ophthalmologic literature as one of the most destructive organisms if it gains access to the inside of the eye, and it is a relatively common cause of post-traumatic endophthalmitis.
The research was conducted to evaluate possible effects on visual function using standard ophthalmologic tests, including ERG, and to evaluate possible eye irritation.
InSite Vision is advancing new and superior ophthalmologic products for unmet eye care needs.
Sterile consumable medical device industry first ophthalmologic and ENT.
Addressing a function here on Monday, after inaugurating a free eye camp in Mujahid Hospital Madina Town he said that increase in ophthalmologic diseases has attained an alarming proportion and apart from government's role in health sector, philanthropists should also play their individual as well as collective role to contain eye diseases.
For the most part they have they have retained the organization by body systems from the first two editions, covering respiratory, cardiovascular, neurologic, infectious, immunologic, gastrointestinal, endocrine, genitourinary, dermatologic, otolaryngologic, ophthalmologic, gynecologic, hemotologic, and oncological emergencies, as well as non-traumatic bone and joint disorders and toxicologic, environmental, and psychosocial emergencies, but they have added a large section covering cardinal presentations in the pediatric emergency department.
The American Thoracic Society recommends that patients who are diagnosed with sarcoidosis undergo a comprehensive evaluation that specifically details the patient's occupational and environmental exposures and includes a chest x-ray, pulmonary function testing, a peripheral blood count, a serum chemistry panel (including measurement of creatinine, calcium, and liver enzyme levels), a urinalysis, an electrocardiogram, a routine ophthalmologic examination, and a tuberculin skin test.
The findings suggest that systemic microvascular disease plays a role in the pathogenesis of heart failure and that ophthalmologic exams may help assess risk.