This text provides a definitive encyclopedia of contact lenses from instrumentation to fitting to complications and therapeutics. Organized from A - Z, it will be an invaluable reference source for the busy practitioner as well as a useful textbook for students new to the field.
"The book is intended as an aid to students who need a quick explanation of a key term and for practitioners who require rapid access to material in the course of their clinical work. It aims to be a true reference book."Clinical and Experimental Optometry 85.5, September 2002
By Nathan Efron, BScOptom PhD (Melbourne) DSc (UMIST) MCOptom FAAO (Dip CL) FIACLE FCLSA FVCO MILT, Professor of Clinical Optometry and Director of Eurolens Research, Department of Optometry and Neuroscience, UMIST, Manchester, UK
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