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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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When is the right time to have cataract surgery?

Winter 2016 GP Newsletter

Branch retinal vein occlusion (BRVO) is a vascular occlusive disease of the retina, caused by thrombotic occlusion of a retinal venule where it is crossed by an arteriole.
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Blepharitis

Blepharitis

Blepharitis is common in both men and women, and affects all age groups including children. It is particularly common amongst post-menopausal women, which might point to the role of oestrogen in tear formation.
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Forest Eye Surgery

Winter 2015 Patient Newsletter

Since opening in November 2014, Dr Dana Robaei and the team at Forest Eye Surgery have been working closely with local optometrists and general practitioners, offering regular educational seminars to assist them with the accurate and timely diagnosis of patients in the Northern beaches and North Shore areas.
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