Complete issue, OiP, Volume 8, Issue 1, 2007, various authors

1 February 2007
Volume 08, Issue 1

Articles in this edition cover: Contemporary Piggy-back Contact Lens Systems for Keratoconus, keratitis with contemporary contact lenses, the use of customised reduced-aperture spectacles with retinitis pigmentosa, correcting presbyopia with contact lenses and ultrasound examination of the eye.

Summary

Articles: 1) Contemporary Piggy-back Contact Lens Systems for Keratoconus: Case Studies (by Brian Melia, Ellen Youngs and Graeme Stevenson). 2) Keratitis with Contemporary Contact Lenses – A Review (by Philip B Morgan and Nathan Efron). 3) A Case Report Demonstrating the Use of Customised Reduced-Aperture Spectacles in a Patient with Retinitis Pigmentosa (by Rasmeet K Chadha, Vanita Sachdev and Joanne C Steen). 4) The Correction of Presbyopia with Contact Lenses (by Caroline Christie and Ron Beerten). 5) Ultrasound Examination of the Eye (by Cindy Tromans).

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