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The eye holds a unique place in medicine. Your eye doctor can see almost every part of your eye from an exterior view. Other than your skin, almost every other part of your body cannot be fully examined without either entering the body (with a scope) or scanning your body with an imaging device (such as a CAT scan, MRI or ultrasound).
This gives your eye doctor the ability to determine most eye problems just by looking in your eye. Even though that makes diagnosing most problems more...