The author concentrates on the developments that have occurred since the review given by Jacoby (1983) at the London Symposium. He briefly describes the current situation with regard to the numbers of planetary nebulae known in each Cloud, and recent work on their kinematics and internal dynamics. He reviews recent chemical abundance studies, and describes the work that has been carried out to determine nebular masses. Finally, he surveys the work done to derive central star parameters, in particular their masses.
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- Planetary Nebulae: Magellanic Clouds