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The authors attempt to address a specific group of ocular conditions in which the use of contact lenses is potentially beneficial. An assumption is made that the reader is familiar with the basic science that a contact lens practice requires. However, even this targeted group will find that, although the scope of topics covered is quite broad, the discussion lacks sufficient detail to be used as a reference text. Instead, it is better classified as a review text that takes advantage of the use of simplified schematics and multiple tables (in outline form) to summarize indications, contraindications, complications, and fitting parameters in a number of specific situations, including the correction of refractive errors, aphakia, and keratoconus.
"... best reserved as a general review for the experienced contact lens practitioner."
The first chapter on fitting contact lenses reviews general principles with regard to lens material used in the manufacture of both hard
Casey R. Contact Lenses: Medical Aspects. Arch Ophthalmol. 1990;108(10):1393. doi:10.1001/archopht.1990.01070120041022
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