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Wet age-related macular degeneration: case study

Advance your knowledge of age-related macular degeneration, the leading cause of blindness in older adults in the developed world.

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How to support patients with sight loss in pharmacy

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More than two million people are affected by sight loss across the UK, which may impact on their ability to use and take their medicines correctly and safely. Here, the Royal National Institute of Blind People, Medicines Use and Safety team and Moorfields Eye Hospital provide advice and recommendations for pharmacy to provide appropriate support for people with sight loss.

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Eye disorders: understanding the causes, symptoms and management

By Alison Brown, Brian Addison

Patients often visit community pharmacy with eye complaints, and pharmacists are well placed to advise them. Boost your knowledge of the pathology, signs and treatment of common eye conditions, such as conjunctivitis and blepharitis.

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Glaucoma: an overview

Stay abreast of glaucoma with an essential guide to its causes, diagnosis and management.

Infographic explaining the pathology and treatment types of dry eye disease

Dry eye: pathology and treatment types


The underlying disease process in dry eye disease causes deterioration of the tear film, which leads to either mild or more serious forms of the condition. A variety of treatment types may offer symptomatic relief.

Treating diabetic retinopathy with ranibizumab is a reasonable alternative to laser treatment, study shows. In the image, retinal image of left eye

Ranibizumab effective for diabetic retinopathy

Treating diabetic retinopathy with ranibizumab is a reasonable alternative to laser treatment, study shows.

Glaucoma is often associated with intraocular pressure (IOP). IOP is measured using a Goldmann applanation tonometer mounted on the slit lamp biomicroscope (pictured)

Glaucoma: pathophysiology and diagnosisSubscription


With 70 million people affected by glaucoma worldwide, awareness of at-risk groups can help people get early treatment and save their vision.

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