Lange Q&A Optometry Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences
The most thorough and up-to-date review available for the complete optometry curriculum
Optometry Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences provides a complete review of the fundamental basic and clinical science concepts students need to knowto excel on optometry exams.This rigorous review includes more than 1,500 exam-style Q&A with detailed answer explanations.The companion CD-ROM enables students to create custom exams and keep track of their scores.
Optometry Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences is divided into two sections: Section One covers core areas of basic science in optometry, including neuro-anatomy, embryology, ocular physiology, pathology, nutrition, and biochemistry.Section Two covers core areas of clinical science in optometry, including visual science, monocular sensory aspects, geometrical optics, ophthalmic optics, glaucoma and other ocular diseases, and ocular pharmacology.
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- Freddy W. Chang(Author) Maria L. Alarcon Fortepiani(Author) Jeung Kim(Author) John S. Sharpe(Author) Marlon R. Utech(Author) Jeffrey C. Rabin(Author)
- McGraw-Hill Education (16 Sept. 2015)
- Health, Family & Lifestyle
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