Complete issue, OiP, Volume 5, Issue 3, 2004, various authors

2 August 2004
Volume 05, Issue 3

Articles in this edition cover the role of contrast sensitivity measurement in patients with low vision, clinical audit cycle of low vision rehabilitation services,eye movements and vision in congenital nystagmus, essential skills for supervisors, corneal confocal microscopy versus specular microscopy in the evaluation of the corneal endothelium.

Summary 

Articles: 1) The Role of Contrast Sensitivity Measurement in Patients with Low Vision (by MD Crossland). 2) Clinical Audit Cycle of Low Vision Rehabilitation Services (by Wolffsohn and Karas). 3) Eye Movements and Vision in Congenital Nystagmus (by JP Whittle). 4) Training and Coaching, Essential Skills for Supervisors (by Gill Robinson). 5) Corneal Confocal Microscopy versus Specular Microscopy in the Evaluation of the Corneal Endothelium (by C O'Donnell, I Perez Gomez, A Riaz).

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