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CET – Vitreoretinal surgery by Chris Steele

6 February 2017

Offering interactive CET points for dispensing opticians as well as optometrists, this three-part series explores the latest technologies and techniques for the surgical treatment of vitreoretinal disease, including indications for surgery, benefits and risks, potential complications and post-treatment lifestyle restrictions – all designed to help the community practitioner feel equipped to make appropriate management and referral decisions and offer patient advice when required. | Learn more


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DRP – Toxoplasmosis scarring

1 November 2016

Toxoplasmosis causes a necrotizing (tissue destroying) retinitis, most commonly in posterior pole. Often, there will be an old scar with an area of reactivation at the edge of the scar. Recurrent episodes usually take place between the age of 10 and 35 years | Learn more

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