To have become familiar with the following:
i. Glaucomatous optic neuropathy: recognition and investigation.
ii. Glaucoma suspects: including ocular hypertension.
iii. Rubeotic glaucoma: recognition, differential diagnosis and management.
iv. Hypotensive agents: topical and systemic drugs affecting intraocular pressure and their complications.
v. Glaucoma drainage surgery: indications, complications and their treatment.
vi. Hypotony: including its causes and consequences.
vii. Liaison: with glaucoma shared care schemes.
i. Applanation tonometry.
ii. Assessment of peripheral and central anterior chamber depth including pachometry.
iii. Assessment of irido-corneal angle structures by gonioscopy.
iv. Methods of optic disc cup measurement.
v. Visual field testing, including Goldmann/kinetic perimetry and automated/static perimetry.
i. Risk factors for primary open-angle and normal-tension glaucoma.
ii. Other secondary glaucomas, including
phacolytic, pigmentary, erythroclastic,
iii. Posner Schlossman syndrome.
iv. Chronic closed angle glaucoma.
v. Malignant glaucoma.
vi. Tonopen, Perkins and non-contact tonometry.
vii. Scanning laser ophthalmoscopy and nerve fibre layer analysis.
viii. Argon laser trabeculoplasty.
ix. Prevention of glaucoma bleb failure e.g. using anti-metabolites
x. Drainage tubes and stents.