Mascara embedded in woman's eyelid

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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. Read More…

Subconjunctival Mascara Deposition

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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. Read More…

Pterygium

Pterygium

Pterygium (surfer’s eye) is a very common condition amongst Australians.

It is a fleshy triangular growth of the conjunctiva that overlaps the cornea, usually on the nasal side of the eye. Read More…

Viral Conjunctivitis

Viral conjunctivitis

Viral conjunctivitis is a self-limiting condition, and the commonest cause of a red eye presentation in general practice. It is typically caused by adenovirus. Other, less common viruses include herpes simplex, herpes zoster, enterovirus, and coxsackie virus. Read More…