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Synonyms for ophthalmologist

a medical doctor specializing in the diagnosis and treatment of diseases of the eye

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Eminent ophthalmologist Prof Sharif Hashmani said diabetes had emerged as the leading cause of loss of vision among Pakistanis where more than 25 percent diabetics were losing their vision due to uncontrolled diabetes and its complications.
It cannot be over emphasized that the new generation of the ophthalmologist must excel in the subspecialty, Dr.
Consultant Ophthalmologist and Retina Specialist Shifa International Hospital Dr Amer Awan, and Dr Rehman Siddiqui, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Retina Specialist, Shahzad Eye Hospital Karachi talked about management of age related retinal diseases and diabetic retinal problems.
Basic treatment plan will be prescribed based on the reports and only those patients that need further investigation will have to visit the ophthalmologists at the hospital," he said.
Diabetic patients, however, must consult with their ophthalmologists regularly even if their eyes are working well," he said.
Our doctors will also give training to ophthalmologists, nurses and other support staff on board the OFEH, which is like no other aircraft in the world.
We are very pleased welcome an ophthalmologist of Dr.
Through co-ordinated RANZCO Fellow sub-specialty teaching visits, and the RANZCO teaching ophthalmologist based in Suva, Dr Gary Phelps, RANZCO is helping to support the clinical capacity building of Pacific Eye Institute ophthalmologists and trainees.
An optician will refer a patient to an ophthalmologist for specific testing and treatment.
Ophthalmology jobs Online is an Ophthalmologist owned and managed recruitment and marketing company specific to the Ophthalmology community.
An ophthalmologist is a physician who treats eye conditions and diseases with medicines and surgery.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology recommends that people between the ages of 40 and 64 visit an ophthalmologist every two to four years.
The result is that whenever the optometrist refers a patient for cataract surgery, the optometrist receives the equivalent of a kickback from the ophthalmologist for postoperative management.
In order to be compliant under audit standards required the patient to schedule appointment with an ophthalmologist, go to the ophthalmologist's office to have an examination, have the ophthalmologist generate a report, have the report transmitted from the ophthalmologist to the primary care physician and, finally, have the report placed in the patient's clinical record.
To help this group, ophthalmologist Kohji Nishida of Osaka University Medical School and his colleagues turned to a stem cell that forms the membrane that lines the mouth.