irina yakubin

Irina Yakubin

I'm a fourth-year optometry student with aspirations of practicing in California and, one day, earning a fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry. Some of my optometry-related interests include contact lens, anterior segment disease (including dry eye), posterior segment disease, ocular trauma, and emergencies. 

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Resources
Here's the Easiest Way to Test for an Afferent Pupillary Defect
Eyecare September 10th, 2021
Here's the Easiest Way to Test for an Afferent Pupillary Defect

Relative afferent pupillary defect testing focuses on the afferent light pathway and can play an integral part of clinical testing. Here are two effective testing techniques.

The Optometrist's Guide to One Door vs Two Door Laws in the US
Eyecare June 22nd, 2020
The Optometrist's Guide to One Door vs Two Door Laws in the US

If you're considering working for a corporation or subleasing an office, make sure you know whether you'll be working in a one-door or a two-door state. These laws regulate the separation—or lack thereof—between your office space and the adjacent store.

Interferon Treatment for Hepatitis C and the Role of Optometrists
Eyecare November 21st, 2019
Interferon Treatment for Hepatitis C and the Role of Optometrists

In addition to ocular problems associated with hepatitis C, we should also be concerned with the side effects of treatment. What can you, as an optometrist, do to better treat your patients systemically?

5 Tips for Explaining Ocular Disease to Your Patients
Eyecare April 24th, 2017
5 Tips for Explaining Ocular Disease to Your Patients

Explaining ocular disease to your patients can be difficult. Here are 5 things to keep in mind when educating patients.

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