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Corneal foreign body and rust ring removal is usually performed under slit lamp microscopy in accident and emergency, acute ophthalmology services or optometry practices. It requires good hand–eye coordination, fine motor skills and dexterity. Acquisition of these skills warrants regular practice for safe application on actual patients, as mistakes can potentially result in irreversible visual loss. The most recent publication in the literature regarding methods of practice was from the mid-1990s.1 ,2 We have …
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