Ophthalmology

Rosacea: seeing red in primary care

Rosacea is an inflammatory facial skin disease that can cause...

May 2016

Age-related macular degeneration – what should a General Practitioner know?

Age-related macular degeneration is a progressive condition...

September 2015

Glaucoma: who to refer for testing and how to manage their treatment

Glaucoma is the leading cause of preventable blindness in New...

March 2014

Causes, complications and treatment of a red eye

Most cases of “red eye” seen in general practice are likely...

August 2013

Multiple sclerosis: Managing shades of grey

Multiple sclerosis (MS) is an inflammatory disease of the central...

August 2013

Giant cell arteritis: Always keep it in your head

Giant cell arteritis, also referred to as temporal arteritis,...

June 2013

Diabetes follow-up: what are the PHO Performance Programme indicators and how are they best achieved?

The purpose of the PHO Performance Programme is to improve health...

October 2011

Screening for diabetic retinopathy in primary care

Sight-threatening retinopathy is a serious complication of diabetes...

August 2010

GP guide to some topical eye treatments

Some eye medications are used when there is high risk of visual...

December 2007

Specialist prescribing restrictions removed for some topical eye treatments

Advice on the primary care role for initiating and monitoring...

October 2007

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