Complete issue, OiP, Volume 7, Issue 4, 2006, various authors

2 October 2006
Volume 07, Issue 4

Articles cover: Disciplinary cases and the issues they raise, smoking and eye disease, the electrophysiology of vision and macular holes.

Summary

Articles: 1) Recent Disciplinary Cases and the Issues They Raise (by Susan Blakeney). 2) Smoking, Eye Disease and Smoking Cessation Strategies (by Jill Painter and Michael Crossland). 3) The Electrophysiology of Vision (by Gillian Rudduck). 4) Macular Holes; A Treatable Cause of Central Visual Deterioration (by Michael A Williams and James A Sharkey).

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