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Treating the whole patient, not just the eye

By Vivas Tatachar A glass half empty implies that the totality is emptiness, whereas a glass half full suggests that fullness is the entirety. But can emptiness exist without fullness? In order for an object to be seen there must be space for it to exist; similar to musical notes...

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