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The routine examination of an ophthalmic patient
Diseases of the conjunctiva
Diseases of the cornea
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acute aetiology affected amblyopia antibiotics appear artery atropine become bilateral blind blood capsule cataract cause cells cent chamber choroid chronic ciliary body clinical commonest condition congenital conjunctiva conjunctivitis cornea cysts degeneration detachment diabetes diagnosis dilated diplopia disease drugs entropion epithelium examination exophthalmos exudates eye signs eyelids fibres foreign body frequently fundus gland glasses glaucoma haemorrhages hypopyon infection infiltration inflammation intra-ocular fluid involved iridocyclitis iris iritis keratitis lacrimal laser layers lens lenses lesion lids limbus macula membrane muscle myopia nasal nodules normal occasionally occur ocular oedema opacities operation ophthalmic ophthalmology ophthalmoscope optic atrophy optic disc optic nerve orbital papilloedema PATHOLOGY patient pigment posterior present prognosis pupil rare resemble result retinal retinopathy sclera secondary seen severe SIGNS AND SYMPTOMS skin slit-lamp sometimes squint surgeon sutures sympathetic ophthalmia syndrome syphilis tension tion tissue trauma treatment tumour ulcer usually uveal tract uveitis vascular vessels visible vision visual acuity vitreous