Improving the provision of cataract surgery demands disruptive change

The provision of cataract surgery in New Zealand demands disruptive change to facilitate greater efficiency, equity and sustainability of publicly funded cataract surgery in New Zealand, argue leading ophthalmologists 

A rare but profound cause of corneal thinning

A 37-year-old male was noted to have decreased visual acuity (VA) in his left eye during a routine optometry exam. His previous medical and ocular history...

Presbyopia drops and SLT vs drops for glaucoma

Safety and efficacy of AGN-190584 in individuals with presbyopia: The Gemini 1 phase 3 randomised clinical trialDr George Waring IV et al

Genetic advances and impact on paediatric eyecare: focus on congenital cataract

Congenital cataract typically presents in infancy with variable lens opacities that block the normal red reflex (Fig 1). It can be associated with other...

Screen time: the IOA virtual congress

This was the first International Orthoptics Association (IOA) annual congress to be held entirely virtually. Although it was a shame not to be able to...

Seeking views on inherited retinal disease

Our inherited retinal disease (IRD) research team needs your input to help us identify educational content relating to ocular genetics and gene therapy...

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