Detect glaucomatous progression using OCT

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OCT is a powerful tool in detecting structural changes but should not be used alone.

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Pseudoexfoliation glaucoma

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CASE REPORT: Thorough screening, timely diagnosis and continued monitoring are critical.

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Progressing glaucoma despite optimal medical therapy

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CASE REPORT: Set and meet target pressure to stabilise the disease.

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Contact lens prescribing trends 2015

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Efron, Morgan and Woods share the findings of their latest annual survey of Australian contact lens prescribing habits.

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Patient compliance and dry eye

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An engaged and educated patient with an agreed management plan is the framework for successful health-care outcomes.

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Osmolarity testing for dry eye

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Accurate tear film measurements can improve your disease diagnosis.

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Demodex blepharitis in a clinical practice

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Eyelid infection of demodex mites is one of the most common ocular conditions seen in eye-care practices.

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Demodex blepharitis: new understanding, novel approach

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BlephEx is an effective way to remove mites from the eyelids and eyelashes, when used in conjunction with a tea tree eye wash.

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Dry eye and contact lenses

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New developments are reducing ocular dryness and contact lens discomfort.

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Therapeutic NEWS of note

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The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the latest research papers, news and reviews, compiled by Pharma Clinical Editor, Mark Roth.

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SKQ1?

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How a molecule you’ve never heard of could prove effective against dry eye syndrome.

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Presbyopia correction with contact lenses

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The Brien Holden Vision Institute goes beyond monovision with its extended depth of focus contact lens.

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2016 International Dry Eye Workshop

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Montpellier, France will be the ‘Davos of dry eye’ for three days in September next year.

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Sometimes the best treatment is no treatment at all

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Diagnosis: right vitreomacular traction. Treatment: patience.

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Clinical presentations of white without pressure

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The Optos Optomap has a role in documenting and imaging various presentations of WWOP.

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