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Lenses: Tailor made vision

Optician outlines some of the individualised lens and measurement systems that allow practices to offer an added layer of customisation during the lens production process detail, a larger optical correction area and reduced eye strain.

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Low vision without equipment

In this series of case reports, optometrist Dr Michael Crossland shows how low vision care can be provided without specialist equipment

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Keeping it under control

Mike Hale presents an overview of the dedicated myopia management products currently available on the UK market

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A new Lenstar is born

Bill Harvey takes a look at a new version of an established instrument which is very much aimed at eye care professionals undertaking myopia management

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The distant present and future

As the anniversary of the first UK lockdown approaches, social distancing in practice remains paramount for the foreseeable future. Mike Hale identifies various devices that can aid safe practise through social distancing and reducing testing time

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My new gadget: the MYAH

Sarah Farrant tells of her experience using a new instrument aimed at assisting with myopia management as well as dry eye assessment

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Technology: US and them

Bill Harvey highlights some of the innovations discussed at the recent American Academy of Optometry virtual conference

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OCT market round-up

Emma White highlights the latest developments in optical coherence tomography (OCT) technology, for the early detection and monitoring of major eye conditions, from faster scan times and enhanced fundus imaging to remote operation for safe social distancing

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OCT Casebook: Starting out

Having discussed use of the OCT at a routine appointment, Bill Harvey continues our new series developed with Heidelberg Engineering with a look at some results from a healthy young adult

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Release the Falcon

Bill Harvey prescribes an autofocus bioptic telescope system for a patient with many and varied viewing requirements. In the first of two articles, he outlines the initial prescribing process

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What can we do for AMD?

Ian Cameron explains why patients with early AMD deserve more attention and what can be done to help patients

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Instruments: Keeping distance

Mike Hale looks at instruments and related software that can help maximise safety for staff and patients when eye care provision is widened beyond emergency only

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AI and you

Yiannis Kotoulas examines how developments in artificial intelligence systems could come to affect optical practices