Description:

The ever-expanding scope of therapeutic privileges for optometrists has made the diagnosis and treatment of anterior segment diseases a crucial aspect of clinical practice. This interactive course will examine a variety of uniquely presenting anterior segment disease cases focusing on patient symptoms, diagnostic criteria, affects on vision, and the most current management and treatment options.

Course Code:

AOA254-TD

Speaker(s):

Blair Lonsberry, O.D.

lons3596@pacificu.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

12/31/2025

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