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The impaired driver is evaluated for driver licensing according to a functional ability profile. This test correlates, in increments, the physical or medical ability of the driver with the risk categories and the vehicles the driver is permitted to operate. The person is responsible for his fitness to drive. The physician may help in patient evaluation by(More)
  • R H Hales
  • 1982
The Kelman II anterior chamber intraocular lens, because of its three-point fixation, may rotate in a counterclockwise direction so that the long arm of the lens is displaced through the peripheral iridectomy and the short arm is dislocated into the anterior chamber. In four of the five cases reported here, a second surgical procedure was necessary to(More)