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Rosacea is an inflammatory facial skin disease that can cause patients embarrassment and reduce their quality of life. There are...
Age-related macular degeneration is a progressive condition which results in loss or distortion of the central visual field, and...
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Most cases of “red eye” seen in general practice are likely to be conjunctivitis or a superficial corneal injury, however, red...
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The purpose of the PHO Performance Programme is to improve health and reduce disparities among people using primary healthcare...
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Some eye medications are used when there is high risk of visual loss and their misuse can increase this risk.
Advice on the primary care role for initiating and monitoring topical eye treatments following the removal of some specialist...
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