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Contact lens prescribing trends 2017
Dr Nathan Efron, Dr Philip B Morgan and Dr Craig A Woods
Vision and life-threatening complications of Sjögren’s syndrome
Vanessa Tang and Dr Adrian Bruce
Ultra-widefield imaging in clinical practice
All lenses great and small
Damon J Ezekiel
Axial versus tangential maps
Richard Lindsay, Andrew Huhtanen and Jillian Campbell
Early keratoconus and potential progression
CHAIR-SIDE REFERENCE: Corneal ectatic diseases and thinning disorders
Centre for Eye Health
Melbourne Rapid Fields
Selwyn M Prea, Dr Algis J Vingrys and Dr George YX Kong
Relief for blepharitis and dry eye
Dr Allan Ared
Therapeutic News of note
Assessing artificial tears
Dr Nicholas Young
PBS list of medicines prescribed by optometrists, November 2017
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