Opthalmologist


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Opthalmologist

Physician specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of disorders of the eye.
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Treatment should absolutely be planned by an opthalmologist.
At least 47 different serotypes of adenovirus are known to cause infections of eyes and upper respiratory tract in human beings, explains Dr Upinder Kaur Notay, Opthalmologist, Zulekha Hospital, Sharjah.
Those who knew him well when he was training as an opthalmologist in Britain report a pleasant, well-mannered and quietly professional young man.
Consultant opthalmologist Professor Michael O'Keefe launched a blistering attack on the money-grabbing hospitals, claiming they are using these cases to prop up the system.
It was learned that the opthalmologist took a sick report because of conjunctivits three days later.
Scott Rosen, an opthalmologist performed the procedure and implanted an ACRYSOF intraocular lens, developed, designed, and manufactured by Alcon Laboratories (Alcon), in the patient's eye.
It is a treatment which Consultant Opthalmologist Mr David Clark has been using for some years on adults with conditions such as diabetic retinopathy.
The opthalmologist who is treating my eyes (I have macular degeneration) with laser treatment (it kills bits of your eyes but stops them from getting worse) and kept me from going blind, works at the RVI in Newcastle.
Opthalmologist Rod Wood, who purchased one of the first homes in Leavitt's subdivision, said all three reasons drew him to Oakridge.
Hull was the first opthalmologist in the Antelope Valley, said former Antelope Valley Hospital spokeswoman Frankie Richards, with whom Hull had been writing his life story.
For eye problems, you'll go to an eye care specialist like an optometrist (op-TOM-meh-trist) or opthalmologist (opthal-MOLL-o-jist).