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Mascara embedded in woman's eyelid

Mascara embedded in woman's eyelid

Dr Dana Robaei's recent case report in the journal Ophthalmology on subconjunctival mascara deposition was picked up by news outlets worldwide. The pictures were published to serve as a warning on what can happen if people do not properly remove their eye makeup on a regular basis.
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Subconjunctival Mascara Deposition

Subconjunctival Mascara Deposition

Dr Dana Robaei recently wrote a case vignette on what can happen if heavy mascara use is not removed properly. This case vignette was published in Ophthalmology, an international medical journal.
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A NEW Medicare item number for Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

A NEW Medicare item number for Corneal Collagen Crosslinking

There is finally some welcome and overdue financial relief for patients with keratoconus and other types of corneal ectasia.
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Bringing Clarity to Cataracts

Bringing Clarity to Cataracts

Cataracts cause 40% of cases of visual impairment in Australians aged 55 and over, and there are currently over two million Australians in this age bracket who suffer from untreated cataract, most of whom live in remote and regional Australia. Globally, cataract is the leading cause of blindness.
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Herpes simplex keratitis

Summer 2017 GP Newsletter

Herpes Simplex or HSV keratitis is a common cause of red eye in a broad range of age groups including children, as well as the elderly. Most commonly, it affects one eye, but can be bilateral in 10% of cases. It is most commonly due to HSV-1.
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Iritis

Spring 2016 GP Newsletter

Anterior uveitis (iritis) accounts for the vast majority of uveitis seen in primary care. It usually, but not always, affects only one eye.
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