Weekly recap Questions of the Day. Week of Mar 21-26.
I hope you enjoyed this week's Questions of the Day and his responses. By way of reminder, here are the questions again.
Question of the Day #351 Patients often ask me why they can read well with their new prescription in my practice but not so well when they read at home. What should I say to them?
Question of the Day #352 One of my older patients with low vision told me that she could see small children sat in her living room at home when she knew that there was no one else in the house. What is going on?
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