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OBJECTIVES To evaluate the quality of referrals to a neovascular age-related macular degeneration clinic from optometrists using the standard Rapid Access Referral Form (RARF) from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists. DESIGN A prospective study. Prospective data were gathered from all optometry referrals using the RARF, between the periods of December(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate adverse effects in patients undergoing fundus fluorescein angiography (FA), and to assess the level of these adverse effects in hypertensive and elderly patients. METHOD We carried out a retrospective study of 358 patients undergoing FA. They were assessed for adverse effects and their relationship to medical history, pre- and post-FA(More)
The aim of our study was to assess the influence of the Arnold-Chiari malformation, cervical cord dysraphism and hydrocephalus on hand function in subjects with meningomyelocele, but without many of the other confounding factors commonly found in this group e.g low IQ and cerebral palsy, which in themselves cause poor hand function. Three groups of subjects(More)
PURPOSE We report a case series of seven patients who presented with strabismus and no apparent known neurological deficit. METHODS A retrospective review of notes was performed on all patients presenting at the Royal Liverpool Children's Hospital (Alder Hey) with strabismus, in whom subsequent investigation revealed the presence of periventricular(More)
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