Weekly recap Questions of the Day. Week of Apr 18-22.
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 #357 Many of my patients are older and some have age-related macular degeneration with bilateral central visual field defects. What type of lens form should I advise them to have?
Question of the Day #358 I’m an eye care specialist and own my own practices. I employ other eye specialists. A few of them are very reluctant to recommend anti-reflection coatings, photochromic lenses and thinner and lighter lenses. When I look at the clinical records I think there is clinical justification for many of the patients to be recommended these lens features. What should I do?
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