Description:

This course takes a clinically oriented approach to describing the most common indications for laboratory studies used in primary eye care.  Using a case based approach and clinically relevant situations, the course outlines in detail what clinical situations are best managed from a diagnostic and therapeutic perspective utilizing studies.

Course Code:

AOA252-TD

Speaker(s):

James Fanelli, O.D.
FANELEYE@AOL.COM

Credits:

1

AOA Expiration Date:

3/3/2025

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