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Eye care in Africa

City, University of London optometry undergraduates, Sadaf Khan and Iram Ahmed, share their experiences of a Vision Aid Overseas project in Africa after being awarded the 2019 Irvine Aitchison memorial bursary

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C-72222 Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery – part 1

Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) is a new method of treating mild to moderate open-angle glaucoma and can work with or replace drops. This article, part one in a two-part series, begins with an overview of the types of MIGS and how they function

C-72280 Minimally invasive glaucoma surgery – part 2

This second installment in the series on minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) explores the effectivity and customisation of these devices using case studies to illustrate clinical outcomes

C-72121 Cases taken from community practice

This visual recognition feature tests the practitioner’s ability to correctly assess a range of presentations by using their clinical expertise and accessing additional resources where necessary

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