opthalmic


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Adj.1.opthalmic - of or relating to or resembling the eye; "ocular muscles"; "an ocular organ"; "ocular diseases"; "the optic (or optical) axis of the eye"; "an ocular spot is a pigmented organ or part believed to be sensitive to light"
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Duffill, 37, who runs an opthalmic business in Middlesbrough away from speedway, would not elaborate on his condition, other than to say: "I'm not well enough at present to perform my role as team manager effectively so I have no choice but to step down for now.
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They warned that closure of St Paul's would signal the end of Liverpool as a centre of excellence in opthalmic treatment.
This richly illustrated textbook-atlas covers the basics of opthalmic surgery and associated issues including informed consents, medico legal issues and ethics.
Currently, Meckler serves as director of QLT, an ultra-orphan opthalmic biotechnology company, as well as managing director of The Andra Group, a life sciences firm.
Hi-Tech Pharmacal Co., for example, has been cleared to market bromfenac opthalmic solution 0.09% (once a day).
The 70-year-old opthalmic nurse was the big winner at the Daily Record Our Heroes awards, winning the Our Caring Hero gong for her healthcare work, and also being named the overall Our Hero winner 2013.
An opthalmic surgeon practising at the Stanley Hospital in Liverpool, Grossmann returned to Iceland in 1901 and 1904 with his friend GF Mason--'of great assistance to me as amateur secretary'--to study a form of leprosy that attacks the eyes at the recently built leper hospital in Laugarnes, near Reykjavik.
I wonder how many people are aware that the Opthalmic Services (eye department) has already been sold to a private firm, who have been operating at the hospital for some time, resulting in a lowered quality of service.
Licensed 3D eyewear is a small but growing subset of the market for opthalmic lenses, frames, and sunglasses.
Six surgical specialties are undertaken--general, plastics, paediatric orthopaedics, maxillofacial/otolaryngology, opthalmic and uro-gynaecological.