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Jerome Agrest, 90, will retire March 31 after 60 years of operating his own optometry practice.
For almost half of graduate, law school, pharmacy and optometry programs, UH never set a maximum time for completing those degrees, making tracking student progress difficult.
Her mother is an optometry patient services representative for Ossip Optometry, a health care provider, also in Columbus.
The ads against Curtis don't mention health care or the optometry bill.
These kinds of bacteria can also put you at risk of infecting your corneas, the transparent outer surface of your eyeballs, Aaron Zimmerman, O.D., an associate professor of clinical optometry at The Ohio State University, tells SELF.
Theft, Detroit Road: An optometry center reported that a man entered the store Jan. 20 and stole two designer frames valued at $910 total.
Though it's being led by the osteopathic college, thanks to the partnership of additional colleges, the high school students will be able to explore additional divisions incluing dental, optometry, nursing, and pharmacy.
His idea, USee, is an affordable, portable vision correction kit that doesn't require an education in optometry.
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OPTOMETRY Defined for English Language Learners
Definition of optometry for English Language Learners
: the profession of examining people's eyes to find out if they need eyeglasses or medical treatment
medical Definition of optometry
optometricplay \ˌäp-tə-ˈme-trik\ adjective
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