ophthalmology

[ US /ˌɑfθəˈmɑɫədʒi, ˌɑpθəˈmɑɫədʒi/ ]
[ UK /ˌɒfθɐlmˈɒləd‍ʒi/ ]
NOUN
  1. the branch of medicine concerned with the eye and its diseases
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How To Use ophthalmology In A Sentence

  • The expert noted that recently there have been brain - drain in areas such as hematology, anatomy, ophthalmology, Psychiatry medicine and radiology. Thisday Online
  • As a trainee general practitioner in ophthalmology, I spent every Monday morning in the diabetes clinic.
  • But many of the new medical advances are in areas such as oncology, ophthalmology, or virology, where treatments vary from patient to patient and don't lend themselves to a cutesy 30-second sales pitch.
  • When he first went to Hull in 1936, he did general surgery in all the specialties except ophthalmology.
  • The policy aims to use overseas doctors to tackle long waiting times, focusing particularly on ophthalmology and orthopaedics.
  • The following year, it began to be used as a local anesthetic in ophthalmology and dentistry, but it was Sigmund Freud who defended the “wonder drug” in the face of cautions in medical journals, praising it and prescribing it for a variety of ailments, ranging from sea-sickness to melancholia to ironically, rehabilitating morphine addicts. Eaters of Dreams | Edwardian Promenade
  • The Division of Ophthalmology offers special testing not routinely available for children elsewhere, including vision testing for preverbal children, orthoptic evaluation and treatment, adult and pediatric visual field testing, electroretinography (awake or with sedation), visual evoked responses and ultrasonography. Ophthalmology (Eye)
  • After school at Westminster and medical training at Guy's Hospital, Peter specialised in ophthalmology, proceeding to an MD in London with research into myopia in 1960.
  • WASHINGTON -- Specialties such as ophthalmology and surgery are not well served by the new MedPageToday.com - medical news plus CME for physicians
  • Antimony is so called from Greek antimonos, ` against single (ness) 'owing to its readiness to react with other substances, but its chemical symbol is Sb, from Latin stibium, the name of a cosmetic and medicinal powder (antimony sulfide) used by Roman women as a hair blackener for their eyebrows, and in ophthalmology VERBATIM: The Language Quarterly Vol XXIII No 4
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