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Corneal Physiology and Disposable Contact Lenses.
  1. J A SCOTT

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    Corneal Physiology and Disposable Contact Lenses.By Hikaru Hamano, Herbert E Kaufman. Pp 199; £65. Oxford: Butterworth-Heinemann, 1997. ISBN 0-7506-9927-2.

    In the preface of this book, the aim of promoting the safe use of contact lenses is stated. The text complements this by reasoned use of the scientific literature, and addresses the philosophical nature of the way to advise the modern lens wearer in the balance between ease of use, safety to the cornea, and reliability of the lens in the less than perfect hands of the wearer, and it attempts to define a paradigm for lens wear for the future with current available lens materials.

    Divided into two sections, the shorter Section I concentrates on the essential and relevant anatomy and physiology of the …

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