Clinical sketches: teaching medical illustration to medical students

@article{Liou2014ClinicalST,
  title={Clinical sketches: teaching medical illustration to medical students},
  author={Kevin T. Liou and Paul George and Jay M. Baruch and Francois I. Luks},
  journal={Medical Education},
  year={2014},
  volume={48}
}
eye is removed from the ophthalmoscope’s viewing hole. This reduces the field of view of the patient’s fundus. In order to eliminate this problem, the design has since been incorporated within the existing housing of a conventional direct ophthalmoscope. In due course, a randomised trial will evaluate the impact of this new teaching ophthalmoscope on the teaching and assessment of medical students in fundoscopy. 
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