In the second of three case studies looking at dry eye presentations from different points on the dry eye sub-type continuum, Sarah Farrant considers a case of dry eye disease of mixed aetiology with both evaporative and aqueous deficient components
Meibography is a useful tool in the investigation of meibomian gland dysfunction. Michelle Snowball describes an infrared transillumination technique that is easy for the eye care practitioner to use and comfortable for the patient
In our everyday practice we regularly meet patients who complain of headaches. Careful assessment is always important and, very occasionally, the decisions we make can have far reaching consequences for the patient’s health.
In the fifth in our series looking at neurological disease and its ocular impact, Kirit Patel describes a case of a pontine haemorrhage resulting in diplopia
Kirit Patel describes more cases from community practice, this time focusing on transient or sudden vision loss
Many neurological disorders have underlying vascular complications as the cause. Here are three cases from practice which, though rare, might present in primary care practice