Recent Examples of ophthalmologist from the Web
While your eyes heal from photokeratitis, the discomfort can be treated using over-the-counter eye drops, antibiotic drops, or ointment recommended by an ophthalmologist.
Kashani conducted the trial with Dr. Mark S. Humayun, also a USC ophthalmologist, and a USC team that drew from many disciplines.
With no animal ophthalmologist in the area, McKernan called around the country to find a doctor who could perform the surgery, which had never been done on a cow.
His father, a Yale ophthalmologist, pushed him to finish his homework and to learn about science.
The bird has been cared for by Raptor Rehab volunteers for three months and seen by avian ophthalmologist Dr. Jason Clark of Metropolitan Veterinary Specialists.
The bride’s father is an ophthalmologist in Viña Del Mar. The groom, 39, is a marketing manager at Bayer Pharmaceutical in Whippany, N.J.
Then, in 1994, the Austrian government purchased more than 5,000 artworks from Dr. Rudolf Leopold, an ophthalmologist and avid art collector.
But some ophthalmologists and anesthesiologists disagree.
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Definition of ophthalmologist for English Language Learners
medical : a doctor who studies and treats problems and diseases of the eye
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