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What is the normal structure of the eye? The eye is made of three parts. A light focussing bit at the front (cornea and lens). A light sensitive film at the back of the eye (retina). A large collection of communication wires to the brain (optic nerve). A curved window called the cornea first...

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This information explains what retinopathy of prematurity is as well as why and how we screen for this. Why does my baby need an eye check? The eye check is called a retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) screen. Your baby was born at less than 32 weeks or weighed less than 1.5kg and so they will…...

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