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  • n. Common misspelling of ophthalmology.

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Examples

  • Again, forgive me for my lack of medical knowledge; they tell me things and I really don't understand what they mean, so bear with me; and the analogies I am using are the ones they use to make me understand -- call it a crash course in opthalmology.

    Breakfast in Bed

  • "The device is currently very crude, but it's impressive that some patients have been able to read large fonts," said Daniel Palanker, who works in opthalmology and experimental physics at Stanford University, and is not connected to the Argus II.

    Artificial Retina Helps Blind People See

  • The device is currently very crude, but it's impressive that some patients have been able to read large fonts," said Daniel Palanker, who works in opthalmology and experimental physics at Stanford University, and is not connected to the Argus II.He and colleagues are developing another artificial retina implant that delivers images to the eye via pulses of infrared light, though they are years away from having a commercial product."

    Artificial retina helps some blind people

  • Allergan, a conservative company specializing in the opthalmology field, was willing to sell the product but did nothing to promote its cosmetic use and didn't even seek FDA approval until a management change in 1998.

    The Botox Boom

  • I immediately went to the opthalmology department of the local hospital where, after tests, they told me I have papilloedema and macular oedema in that eye but the other one is fine.

    Another take on the Splenda nonsense | The Blog of Michael R. Eades, M.D.

  • Except that I was too upset to concentrate on the latest news in opthalmology.

    The Payback Club

  • The studes in opthalmology had chopped his inferior oblique eye-muscles in two—and pulled his eyeballs partway out, and stitched his superior recti muscles into new places outward on his eyeballs—for cyclophoria.

    Sherlock Holmes on acid

  • It will cater for a number of specialities including neurosurgery, opthalmology, surgery, internal medicine and oncology.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • Polish-born Dr Tom Paszkiewicz, an eye specialist and head of opthalmology at several Gauteng hospitals, said he had worked for seven years without any supervision.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

  • The MEC said the longest waiting list was for opthalmology where 1500 patients would have to wait for up to a year for operations.

    ANC Daily News Briefing

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