The fitting of soft contact lenses is a daily part of the workload of most contact lens practitioners. While there is much written on the topic, until recently there has been little scientifically derived evidence | more
The use of tonometry for the measurement of intraocular pressure (IOP) occupies a key position among those tests that optometrists routinely carry out in practice. Over the past 25 years elevated IOP has shifted from | more
This article considers anisometropic amblyopia and the evidence-based approach that practitioners should take to manage this condition. We would love to show you more but first you need to login or sign up.
Heterophoria is the most common ocular motor status finding and is usually normal, asymptomatic and requires no treatment. However, when a heterophoria is clinically signi cant, patients will often report to their community optometrist as | more
Posterior cortical atrophy is a dementia syndrome in which the most prominent symptom is visual impairment due to degeneration of the posterior regions of the cortex. As may be expected for people experiencing poor vision, | more