Evolution of patient care: three glaucoma case studies

4 September 2023
Volume 24, Issue 1

In this article three interesting glaucoma cases are discussed alongside the evidence-based approach underpinning management decisions.

This article focuses on three glaucoma cases. The author discusses the clinical signs, definition and prevalence of glaucoma, as well as interpretation of key investigations and treatment strategies. Clinical management guidelines relating to referral refinement and appropriate referral are outlined. The article highlights the benefits that result from collaborative working between primary care optometry and secondary care ophthalmology.

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Communication Clinical practice Specialty CPD (IP)

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