Optometrists Get A Favorable Court Ruling In Germany

German optometrists have scored a partial victory in the German Constitutional Court, which cancelled last Aug. 7 a previous decision by the Supreme Federal Court that had banned them on Dec. 10, 1998 from carrying out measurements of intraocular pressure and the visual field.

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