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In the land of optometry, peculiar characters have made appearances in the exam room. Unique as they come, each requires an individualized approach to the exam and treatment plan. Tales have been told about one or two of them, but never before have all seven been exposed…until now.

Disclaimer: You may think you recognize these names from a story told long ago. Beware, these patients can bring your day from a high to a low. So buckle up and get ready to learn; follow this advice and the tables will turn.

Doc: The Engineer

Years of schooling and countless continuing education courses are no match for this patient…or so he thinks. He can challenge your diagnosis, recite optometric literature and engage in discussion about nuances in treatment. He is detail oriented, scientific and his blood type is A.

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Sloan Rajadhyksha
Associate Editor for Sloan Rajadhyksha is a California native and Berkeley graduate currently completing her residency in Vision Therapy and Rehabilitation at SUNY. She has been an active leader in the optometric student community; her current roles include being Founder of Optometry Student Network and President of SOLutioN. Sloan's passion within optometry lies with private practice and helping students build connections across the country.

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