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the branch of medicine concerned with the eye and its diseases

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Last spring I received a call from a patient who had been helping a friend with transportation to see the opthamologist we had referred him to for additional assessment.
In "The Artist's Eyes: Vision and the History of Art", Michael Marmor (a professor on the faculty of the Stanford School of Medicine and an acknowledged expert in retinal physiology and disease) has teamed up with opthamologist James Ravin to produce a unique approach and perspective on the role of vision and eye disease in the creation of art and the perceptions of the artists.
3pm Crimes and Misdemeanors (comedy/drama) Directed by Woody Allen Starring Martin Landau, Anjelica Huston, Woody Allen An opthamologist's mistress threatens to reveal their affair to his wife, while a married documentary filmmaker is infatuated by another woman.
And even if Assad - whose former career as an opthamologist did not require him to don a military uniform - wanted to give his Lebanese counterpart some kind advice, he could have done so privately or through diplomatic channels, not in front of the international media.
Azizah, a soft spoken opthamologist, is more than happy to play second fiddle to her husband.
My opthamologist has told me I have mild macular degeneration (dry type), and other than using Systane eye drops two to three times a day, there is nothing that can delay progression.
James Bainbridge, consultant opthamologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital, explains: "The retina is like the camera film at the back of the eye.
Dr Jeffrey Jay, a Consultant Opthamologist at the Tennent Institute at Gartnavel General Hospital, Glasgow, is responsible for around 12 cataract operations a week.
His marriage had crumbled after he went to London and Tom went to the world's leading opthamologist in New York alone in a last ditch effort to get a cure for his deteriorating eyesight.
Consultant opthamologist Puvana Chandra has spearheaded innovative schemes at HM Stanley Hospital, St Asaph.
The wily and uncompromising Assad was replaced by his 34-year-old son, Bashar, a British-trained opthamologist known for his love of computers.
CDR Kerry Hunt, a staff opthamologist at the Laser Vision Center, National Naval Medical Center, Bethesda, Md., performs photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) on Marine Corps 1st LT Matthew McHorris.
The cleansing cloths also provide gentle exfoliation, are dermatologist and opthamologist tested and are hypoallergenic and non-comedogenic.
Trained as an opthamologist, Durant eased into railroads in 1851, not as someone entranced by transportation, but in the way a young man today might decide to ease into trading stock in bioengineering firms.