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Tower Clock Eye Center hosts Medical College of Wisconsin Students
- Posted on: Feb 16 2017
Tower Clock Eye Center ophthalmologists recently hosted Medical College of Wisconsin students for a Bench-to-Bedside course in ophthalmology. Students received hands-on experience in many ocular tests and exams under the direction of our physicians.
Students learned all aspects of an ocular examination, including how to take into consideration a patient’s history (Chief complaint, age, past ocular history, family history of eye disease, medical history, medication and allergies) as well as a full range of visual tests (acuity, external exam, motility, slit lamp exam, intraocular tension and Fundus exams).
Select students had their pupils dilated as they performed tests on their fellow students.
Tower Clock Eye Center is proud to support the next generation of medical doctors.
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