Binocular Vision Disorders in Children Recorded Webinar
This lecture will cover some of the common binocular vision disorders presenting in a paediatric population. There will be a focus on the investigation, diagnosis and management of these conditions in relation to a primary care setting, and how to effectively manage these patients upon referral.
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