Central serous chorioretinopathy cases

Central serous chorioretinopathy (CSCR) is the fourth most common retinal disease. But unlike other common retinal diseases, CSCR commonly affects working-age people and can result in significant morbidity. Although many cases of CSCR resolve spontaneously, persistent subretinal fluid in CSCR beyond three months can result in vision loss in a third of patients... Here I present some CSCR cases to illustrate how this condition can be safely and successfully treated.

Sun, slopes and the right eyewear

As cold weather begins to blanket the Southern Hemisphere, your patients are likely to be thinking about their winter sports activities. While some might...

Dr Dianne Sharp: regarding the retina

Well-known champion of retina disease patients Dr Dianne Sharp is retiring. So we asked our optometrist writer Louise Wood to find out how it all came...

Celebrating orthoptists’ shared care

This year’s worldwide celebration of orthoptics is approaching, with 21 member countries of the International Orthoptic Association planning to promote...

Business planning – a must have for every retail practice!

All practices should have a business plan, which for small or medium-sized practices could be as simple as a one-page document. A larger and more complex...

CASE STUDY: The fun comes undone

A healthy 40-year-old male presented with a one-week history of blurred central vision in his right eye. He had no medical history of note. His left eye...

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