Optometry, We've Got You Covered

Persico, Jack
December 2015
Review of Optometry;12/15/2015, Vol. 152 Issue 12, p16
Trade Publication
An introduction is presented in which editor discusses various changes, improvements and additions in the issue topics include shifting of question and answer column by Dr. Paul Ajamian on queries of optometrists, new columns by Dr. Paul Karpecki on ocular treatment and Dr. Marc Taub on refraction.


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