Ophthalmology opinions for a blind neurosurgeon

There are differing ophthalmology opinions for this neurosurgeon who is blind in one eye

“Two ophthalmologists examined Greenberg: one hired by Greenberg, and one hired by the lawyer for the person suing Greenberg.

Though on opposing sides, the doctors both concluded that Greenberg is essentially blind in his right eye because of a childhood accident in which he was poked in the eye with a sharp wire. They also agreed that Greenberg completely failed the standard test for colorblindness, known as the Ishihara test.

But the two doctors clashed on whether this posed a risk to Greenberg’s patients.”


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