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FLOPPY EYELID SYNDROME Volume 3 Issue 3 (ODO001/006/03/2014) Level 1 : CEU: 1

FLOPPY EYELID SYNDROME Volume 3 Issue 3 (ODO001/006/03/2014) Level 1 : CEU: 1

FLOPPY EYELID SYNDROME Volume 3 Issue 3 (ODO001/006/03/2014) Level 1 : CEU: 1

Dr Nina Kriel
Dr Nina Kriel
on behalf of Synapse Optometry

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Launch date: 07 Jan 2018
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Last updated: 20 Nov 2018

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Dr Syed Nishat Akram Shah O.D, M.Phil Resident (28 Feb 2018)
A good topic but in questions there are things which are not related to the content of topic.
Dr Femida Visnani BSc OD (10 Oct 2018)
Good Overview

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Floppy eyelid syndrome (FES) is a relatively recently recognised clinical entity, first described in 1981. This condition remains a challenge to diagnose as the signs and symptoms that characterise it are nonspecific. Most often, the patient will have embarked on long and disconcerting journey of unfruitful investigations and trials of therapy before the diagnosis is made. This article aims to bring light on this underdiagnosed and misunderstood pathology.

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Floppy eyelid syndrome (FES) is a relatively recently recognised clinical entity, first described in 1981. This condition remains a challenge to diagnose as the signs and symptoms that characterise it are nonspecific. Most often, the patient will have embarked on long and disconcerting journey of unfruitful investigations and trials of therapy before the diagnosis is made. This article aims to bring light on this underdiagnosed and misunderstood pathology.
Floppy eyelid syndrome (FES) is a relatively recently recognised clinical entity, first described in 1981. This condition remains a challenge to diagnose as the signs and symptoms that characterise it are nonspecific. Most often, the patient will have embarked on long and disconcerting journey of unfruitful investigations and trials of therapy before the diagnosis is made. This article aims to bring light on this underdiagnosed and misunderstood pathology.
Dr Nina Kriel

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Dr Nina Kriel
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Dr Syed Nishat Akram Shah O.D, M.Phil Resident (28 Feb 2018)
A good topic but in questions there are things which are not related to the content of topic.
Dr Femida Visnani BSc OD (10 Oct 2018)
Good Overview

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