For whom the ball takes its toll

Gurwood, Andrew S.
January 2000
Review of Optometry;01/15/2000, Vol. 137 Issue 1, p118
Trade Publication
Challenges optometrists to diagnose a woman suffering from blunt trauma that she sustained while playing basketball. Best corrected visual acuities; Absence of evidence of extraocular muscle entrapment; Results of refraction test.


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