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Hellem, Amy
September 2007
Review of Optometry;9/15/2007 Part 2 of 2, Vol. 144 Issue 9, p4
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The article focuses on the impact of constant clinical practice management in the optometry. The author asserts that the patient has been satisfied the services of what the optometrist has been rendered regarding the bifocal contact lenses. It is stated that the patient was so happy because the prescription of sunglasses are no longer needed.


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