Complex and specialty contact lens case reports are reference for patients, practitioners and students. These serve as some examples of the work we do with complex and not so complex corneas. The case reports are by no means the complete scope of work that we do but rather may help with marrying up corneal condition with appropriate therapeutic and refractive options. Hopefully by looking through these reports those with keratoconus, other corneal and ocular conditions in the space of complex contact lenses this will illustrate available options.
Case reports 1-10 are reference for Post Graduate Optometry and Vision Science students from Specialty Contact Lens Lecture Semester II. The lecture will be also available on QUT Blackboard as a .pdf file.
The insertion and removal, cleaning and caring for contact lenses, and other clips are available on our YouTube channel and embedded into the video page.
See video page: Mark Hinds Optometrists Video Page
All the best, happy researching and enjoy the last year of University to my future colleagues –
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