Ocular emergencies in general practice


The latest issue of Medicine Today features Associate Professor Michael Lawless’s article about ocular emergencies in general practice. Co-written with Vision Eye Institute’s Clinical Research Coordinator, Chris Hodge, this is an in-depth guide complete with case studies to help GPs understand their role in diagnosing and managing patients who seek help with their local doctor, rather than going straight to an emergency department or ophthalmologist.

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Read the article here (please note full access is restricted to subscribers).

Associate Professor Michael Lawless is an internationally renowned refractive, corneal and cataract surgeon and has performed more than 30,000 surgical procedures. He is recognised as a world authority on laser eye surgery and cataract surgery, is an award-winning author and has been a clinical associate professor at Sydney Medical School since 2014.


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