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The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the most relevant studies, research papers, reviews and conference proceedings, compiled by Dr Laura Downie

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Tear neuropeptides for dry eye

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Topical application to the ocular surface may be a promising treatment for dry eye

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Diabetes and the ocular surface

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The role of in vivo confocal microscopy in the monitoring of diabetic neuropathy

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Reading difficulty and glaucoma

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Perceptual processes can be affected by paracentral scotoma

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Central retinal vein occlusion and anti-VEGF treatment

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The importance of timely treatment of CRVO with anti-VEGF therapy.

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Differentiate choroidal naevii from melanoma

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Channel separation confirms location of malignant lesions

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The link between chronic hypertension and glaucoma

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A new study highlights the need to include blood pressure status in your glaucoma patients’ risk assessments

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Common glaucoma-related problems

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A presenting symptom is often related to more than one condition in a glaucoma patient

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Glaucoma medications

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Seven points to remember when addressing signs, symptoms and treatments

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A disc conundrum

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Congenitally anomalous conditions can make it difficult to judge glaucomatous disc changes

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Glaucoma red-green disease

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Over-reliance on imaging can yield false positives (red) and false negatives (green)

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Do I need gonioscopy when I have an OCT?

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Knowledge of the anterior chamber angle characteristics is essential for interpreting what you see when conducting an examination.

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Cataract surgery and glaucoma

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For a patient with glaucoma, a visually significant cataract that warrants surgery opens up a multitude of treatments, benefits and potential complications.

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Talk to your patients about their quality of life

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Factor in your glaucoma patients’ real-life concerns

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Abstracts

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The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the most relevant studies, research papers, reviews and conference proceedings, compiled by Dr Laura Downie

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