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This treatment regime for blepharitis is suitable for MOST cases, but for optimal treatment you should see an ophthalmologist

If your visual acuity with optical aids is less than 6/9 you may need to see an ophthalmologist, but even if it is better and you score > 24 on the mild cataract questions or >18 on the moderate cataract questions you may still need to see an ophthalmologist

My post operative instructions following routine cataract surgery. These instructions may vary in individual cases

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Littlewood R, Harriott J, Cooper R & Brine P. Acetazolamide and general anaesthesia. Med. J. Aust 1984;141(8):550.

Littlewood, R. Is the current selective laser trabeculoplasty paradigm a myth? Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology 2014;42(8):804

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