Ophthalmology for Ambulatory Practitioners

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"I have a special interest in eyes, but they're only about 5% of my work," began Ann Dwyer, DVM, of Genesee Valley Equine Clinic in Scottsville, N.Y., at the Western Veterinary Conference Feb. 20-24 in Las Vegas, Nev. "Some problems will always have to be referred to specialists, but the average practitioner can diagnose, treat, and monitor 85% of the eye problems that are seen in the field."

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