Complete issue, OIP, Volume 10, Issue 4, 2009, various authors

  • 1 October 2009
  • Volume 10, Issue 4

Articles cover: Higher-order aberrations in keratoconus; contact lens fitting In challenging cases; the use of silicone hydrogel lenses to promote corneal re-epithelialisation; and cataract and the nodal point fallacy.

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Articles: 1) Higher-Order Aberrations in Keratoconus (by Amit Jinabhai, Hema Radhakrishnan and Clare O’Donnell). 2) Contact Lens Fitting In Challenging Cases (by Fiona Grey and Cindy Tromans). 3) The Use of Silicone Hydrogel Lenses in Community Practice to Promote Corneal Re-Epithelialisation (by Nigel Best). 4) Cataract and the Nodal Point Fallacy (by Ronald B Rabbetts).

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