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TITLE A Case of Cognitive Error Bias in Ophthalmology
ABSTRACT: This course discusses cognitive error bias as an important element in the diagnosis of disease, as well as the essential nature of cognitive decision-making as a key part of medical education. The authorís text underscores the need for further exploration to help reduce cognitive diagnostic errors in ophthalmology and other fields of medicine. A Case Report of a 50-year-old African American female, diagnosed with retinitis pigmentosa sans pigmentosa is presented.  Author(s): Samuel J. Multack, DO; Richard F. Multack, OD, DO
Company: Mediconcepts, Inc
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CE Credits: 1
Price: $20.00
CE Format: PDF
COPE ID: 25727-PD




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