Complete issue, OiP, Volume 9, Issue 2, 2008, various authors

1 May 2008
Volume 09, Issue 2

This issue of OiP includes articles on optometric prescribing for decompensated heterophoria and medical management of maculopathy. and a review of soft contact lens solutions.


Articles: 1) Optometric Prescribing for Decompensated Heterophoria (by Bruce J. W. Evans). 2) Medical Management of Maculopathy (by Shabeeba R. Hannan and Andrew J. Lotery). 3) Soft Contact Lens Solutions Review: Part 2: Modern-Generation Care System (by Lyndon Jones and Caroline Christie).

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