A RANGE of agents with diverse actions is used in ocular therapeutics, including antimicrobials, anti-inflammatory agents, tear replacement preparations, immunosuppressants, ocular hypotensive agents and modulators of pupil size. The cornerstone of successful ophthalmology, however, is accurate diagnosis, which is based on careful and critical examination of the eye. This article provides practical information about the more recently available products, and considers their use in context with established practice.
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