Optometry Lange Q&A Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences
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Whoever said that studying had to be a chore? With the Optometry LANGE Q&A Review: Basic and Clinical Sciences app, you have the power to turn study time into play time. Tired of lugging around heavy textbooks and review guides? Let this app lighten your load! With questions presented in board-style, users will be well prepared for the USMLE and clerkship exams. Great for last-minute studying on clinical rotations, this app is the perfect tool to have at your fingertips.
Free initial download provides 200 questions and detailed explanations organized across 22 categories. Purchase the in-app upgrade to unlock over 1700 questions and answers for a comprehensive, rigorous review of key topics.
· Human Physiology
· Ocular Physiology
· Clinical Optometry
· Visual Science
· Visual Optics
· Ophthalmic Optics
· Anterior Segment Diseases
· Posterior Segment Diseases
· General Pharmacology
· Ocular Pharmacology
· Contact Lenses: Physiology
· Contact Lenses: Evaluation and Fitting
Test your overall knowledge by answering randomly generated questions from all categories or target areas of weakness by focusing on a specific category. Think you're ready for test day? Assess your test readiness by taking a timed practice test comprised of board-formatted questions with detailed explanations for the correct and incorrect answers. Easily track your progress using the circular indicator showing the percentage of questions answered and available. Detailed analytics allow you to uncover your category strengths and weaknesses and customize your study plan accordingly.
Why not add this visually appealing and thoroughly useful app to your toolkit? By using it whenever and wherever you can, you will not only optimize your study time but maximize your overall test results.
About the Authors:
Freddy W. Chang, OD, MS, PhD is a Professor at Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN, and teaches courses and laboratories in the areas of ocular physiology, systemic health, and contact lenses.
Maria L. Alarcon-Fortepiani, MD, PhD is an Assistant Professor at The Rosenberg School of Optometry, University of the Incarnate Word San Antonio, TX.
Jeung Kim, PhD, OD is an Instructor at The Eye Center, Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN.
Jeffrey C. Rabin OD, MS, PhD is a Professor at The Rosenberg School of Optometry, University of the Incarnate Word San Antonio, TX.
Marlon R. Utech, MS, OD is an Associate Professor at Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN.
John S. Sharpe, OD is a Professor at Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN.
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