Recent Examples of ophthalmologist from the Web
Regular visits with dermatologists and ophthalmologists can help catch any cancerous changes early.
Boucher, a retired anesthesiologist, and Paul, an ophthalmologist, had lived next door to each other in the Rivergreen community for 17 years and once worked at the same hospital.
An ophthalmologist, now 65 and living in San Antonio, Gagliano had been exposed to combat on a daily basis.
Indeed, Judge Walls ensured that the trial would continue at least on the charge that Mr. Menendez made false statements in failing to disclose gifts from Dr. Salomon Melgen, a wealthy Florida ophthalmologist.
Melgen, an ophthalmologist in West Palm Beach, was once the country’s top-billing doctor to Medicare.
One of the sisters was described by federal prosecutors as a girlfriend of Florida ophthalmologist Salomon Melgen, a longtime friend of Menendez’s.
Meanwhile, the ophthalmologists missed several cases and misdiagnosed several false positives, the researchers report in their new study.
Her husband Albert Maguire, an ophthalmologist, performed many of the surgeries at CHOP to deliver the gene therapy.
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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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