Cataract affects at least fifty million people worldwide. Conventional methods of correction have always been thick spectacles and surgery. With the current changes in the approach to cataract treatment, the optometrist's role in the early detection and management of cataract is crucial.
"this is a strategic and praiseworthy text which deserves attention and possession. "British Jrnl of Optometry & Dispensing, February 1994 is a book which is likely to enrich that average practice."The Contact Lens Journal, February 1994
By William A. Douthwaite, MSc, PhD, FBCO, DCLP, Professor of Optometry, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK; and Mark A. Hurst, PhD, BSc, FBCO, Lecturer in Optometry, University of Bradford, Bradford, UK
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