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    Needs-based decision making in the context of COVID-19

    With a greater emphasis on needs-based consultations, this article considers some of the clinical decision-making considerations to decide when it is appropriate to use tonometry, visual fields and other diagnostic and imaging tests in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic.
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    Corneal thickness measurement: Pachymetry a practitioner’s guide

    Corneal thickness is particularly important as it affects the measurement of IOP, with thin corneas resulting in underestimated IOP readings, and thick corneas with overestimates. Corneal thickness is also an independent risk factor for the development of glaucoma.
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    Contact lens series: Complications of contact lens wear: microbial and sterile infiltrative keratitis

    In the part, contact lens (CL)-related microbial keratitis (MK) management is discussed. This is a relatively rare but potentially sight-threatening condition. This article outlines how optometrists should always practise within their clinical competencies and refer if in doubt or in cases that do not respond to treatment.
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    The need to see beyond the eyes

    This article discusses the problems visually impaired people experience when visiting eye care practitioners and considers what reasonable adjustments should be made to better serve such patients. Written by a qualified sight loss rehabilitation assistant who is himself visually impaired, it provides a unique perspective on this topic.
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    Anterior Segment OCT

    This article examines how practitioners can make effective use of OCT images in the diagnosis and management of a range of anterior chamber structures and conditions.
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    OCT and Medical Retina: Case Studies

    This series of online case studies presents details of the interpretation of OCT images in the diagnosis of a number of retinal conditions, highlighting the distinctive features of each condition and providing pointers on how to avoid misinterpretation.
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    OCT and Medical Retina

    This article examines how clinicians can use OCT images relating to a range of retinal lesions to aid diagnosis and clinical decision making.
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    OCT in Glaucoma: Case Studies

    This series of case studies examines how clinicians can use OCT images to help in diagnosis and referral decision making in glaucoma.
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    OCT in Glaucoma

    This article will examine what OCT can tell us about the structural changes associated with glaucoma and consider how OCT can help in the diagnosis and management of this condition.
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    Essentials of OCT

    OCT is a medical imaging technique that is now comprehensively used by ophthalmologists and optometrists to acquire high resolution images of the anterior segment and retina.

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