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Theory and Practice
Colin Fowler, BSc, PhD, FSMC, FCOptom and Keziah Latham Petre, PhD, BSc, MCOptom
This up to date text offers a practical approach to the theory and practice of how spectacle lenses are made and how they work in correcting vision. It also covers the more fundamental aspects of spectacle lens dispensing with relevance to areas such as visual optics and geometric optics.
"I wholeheartedly recommend this book to all students of optometry and ophthalmic dispensing and to practitioners in the dispensing or manufacture of opthalmic lenses." Andrew Kierl, Senior Lecturer Anglia Polytechnic University
By Colin Fowler, BSc, PhD, FSMC, FCOptom, Senior Lecturer, Optometry and Vision Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, UK; and Keziah Latham Petre, PhD, BSc, MCOptom, Lecturer, Optometry and Vision Sciences, Aston University, Birmingham, UK
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