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Clinical: Which torch to use Bright white or dull yellow
This has always been a topic for debate among the students of my class, the books say dull yellow and the white bright ones are the most easily available and then the ophthalmology professors walks in and blares the biggest brightest white light right in the patients eyes. Ouch....

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yellow..always yellow. Bright glaring white lights will temporarily blind your patient and make him much less cooperative icon_biggrin.gif

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