1. Physician still most important 'diagnostic imager'

    Physician still most important 'diagnostic imager'
    Atlanta—The clinician remains the most important "diagnostic imager," and the clinical exam is the foundation of ophthalmologists' decision-making related to the diagnosis and treatment of glaucoma, Douglas J. Rhee, MD, told those attending the Spotlight on Glaucoma session at the American Academy of Ophthalmology annual meeting. His talk was designed to serve as a counterpoint to the previous presentation highlighting the benefits of technology.
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