orthoptist

NOUN
  1. a specialist in orthoptics
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How To Use orthoptist In A Sentence

  • The fellow is part of a pediatric ophthalmology team that includes University of Pennsylvania ophthalmology residents and medical students, elective trainees from the pediatric residency program at Children's Hospital, orthoptists, ophthalmic technicians, and professional administrative staff. Ophthalmology Fellowship
  • Amblyopia is treated by an eye specialist and an orthoptist (a specialist in childhood eye problems).
  • Orthoptists are concerned with the diagnosis and treatment of ocular motility and problems relating to vision.
  • Children in the intensive-screening group received age-appropriate visual testing and assessment by an orthoptist at eight, 12, 18, 25, 31, and 37 months of age.
  • As well as optics and refraction it includes anatomy, physiology, neurology, and child development, ensuring that orthoptists are particularly suited to examine vision in very young children.
  • So ideally, for children to go through the early child health clinics, involving family doctors orthoptists, nurses, to make the screening available.
  • The professional body for orthoptists, with contact and organisational details, equipment suppliers and information for patients.
  • In the future, the government plans that a sight test should be given by an orthoptist (a specialist in vision and eye abnormalities) between the ages of 4 and 5 years.
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