10 ENGLISH BOOKS RELATING TO «OPTOLOGIST»
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Optologist, a strange. Professor A. Rose, 405. i Irbit. sarcoma of, 799. Organic
acids, in stomach contents, determination of, 1035. , Os uteri, manual dilatation of
in pregnancv. 92. Osier. Professor William, dinner to, 448; public work of, 449; ...
He is present in large quantities. Some day we shall all be optologists — perhaps
. I would rather be an ironmonger, stationer, or tobacconist-optologist, with a tiny
little window dressed with optical goods and a small sight-testing room separate
The time has surely come for concerted action, and to consider the means
whereby this action can be in part transmuted into legislative machinery which
will proscribe the "optologist" and place his work under a ban. Some time ago,
International Record of Medicine and General Practice Clinics
Let us encourage the less pretentious of our schools. ' “OPTOLOGISM." The
physicians of Brooklyn have received only lately a circular from an “optologist”—-
what that is we really do not know, but surmise from the contents of the letter that
it is ...
Pharmaceutical Journal;: A Weekly Record of Pharmacy and ...
A long discussion took place as to the proposed title of opticians, but finally it was
resolved to approve of the word " Optologist.'" One member said, while objecting
to the word "Optologist," he should move at the next meeting of the General ...
The newest gem of diction is " Optologist," a term which it is sought to apply to
prescribing opticians. As our readers will no doubt recollect from the days when
they pursued their studies in the classical languages, the Greek word o7ttos
The Ophthalmoscope: A Monthly Review of Current Ophthalmology
It is surely enough for our long- suffering specialty that a large proportion of
legitimate practice has been diverted to the shops of the optologist and the
spectacle makers and the chemist-opticians and the rest of the pinchbeck
... remedy — a favourite and convenient bogey with the enterprising " optologist "
— has, practically speaking, no foundation in fact. Homatropin, like any other
agent capable of dilating the pupil, may "once CYCLOI'LEGICS IN REFRACTION
The Chemist-optician: A Survey of the Theory and Practice of ...
Those who feel any doubt about the connotation of ophthalmician would be quite
safe in adopting opsiologist. OPTOLOGIST should mean, since it is derived from
6-1r-rée (optos), 'seen,' and Miryoc (logos), 'science,' 'one skilled in the science ...
The Optician and Scientific Instrument Maker
He further states that general legislation would never step in and prevent an
optologist from fitting a person with a pair of spectacles, 'whose sight was failing. (
Before proceeding further, I understand ophthalmic practice to mean that'practice
NEWS ITEMS WHICH INCLUDE THE TERM «OPTOLOGIST»
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NO MORE NORMAL I was born in Mogadishu in 1968 and my father is an optologist, who trained in Italy. Back then Somalia was a military ... «South China Morning Post, Jun 15»