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The ophthalmologist and the law

Uma Kulkarni

DOI: 10.20529/IJME.2012.096


The complexity and tension in the relationships between the patient, the ophthalmologist, the optometrist, the optician and the family physician, against the backdrop of ever-progressing ophthalmic technology within the confines of the law, are palpable. This book authored by a lecturer in law, Catherine Tay,and a practising ophthalmologist, Kah Guan Au Eong, is likely to guide eye care professionals in dealing with patients efficiently within the stern boundaries of legislation.

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