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Following on from last week’s distance learning feature looking at cycloplegic refraction, Sosena Tang and Bill Harvey present an interactive exercise on the subject which aims to stimulate discussion...

Low vision practice VRICS

Bill Harvey introduces a VRICS exercise aimed focusing on some of the adaptations to the routine eye examination that are required in low vision clinic...

Cycloplegic refraction 1

Sosena Tang reviews the mechanisms behind accommodation and how it affects refraction, the availability of cycloplegic drugs for optometrists, and how and when to use them. Case examples of post-cyclo...

Fundamentals of ophthalmic dispensing part 24: Presbyopia 2

Modern presbyopes have a huge selection of vision correction options from which to choose. In this article Tina Arbon Black and Peter Black discuss the ‘old-fashioned’ options of two separate pairs an...

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