Toxoplasmosis: what is new in 2023?

Toxoplasma retinochoroiditis is a vision-threatening disease and a major cause of posterior uveitis worldwide. It is a protozoan parasite infection of...

AAO’s centennial celebration and local honouree!

After almost three years of Covid restrictions on international travel, it was such a pleasure to join thousands of in-person attendees at the San Diego...

Ischaemic optic neuropathy or retinal artery occlusion?

An 82-year-old male patient was referred to the neuro-ophthalmology clinic with a history of decreased vision in the lower half of the left eye (LE) for...

Tackling the business of practice management

After three long years since the last face-to-face RANZCO meeting in Australia, I was excited to head to the airport, board the plane and join colleagues...

RANZCO 2022: Celebrations and a focus on the future

The Royal Australia and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists’ (RANZCO’s) 53rd Annual Congress started with a much-anticipated graduation and awards...

The twilight zone

I may have mentioned it before, but I am getting on a bit, and the use-by date is creeping into consideration. I've suspected for some time that I will...

A brief history of ophthalmology in New Zealand

Former RANZCO president and renowned New Zealand ophthalmologist and educator Associate Professor Bruce Hadden takes a candid look at the evolution of...

The importance of an HR plan

Imagine how your business would thrive if every employee was a top performer, motivated and committed to doing their best, and an ideal fit with the culture...

Illuminating Nightingales – The RANZCO AONA conference

As it was the first face-to-face RANZCO Congress in three years, the Queensland Branch of the Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association (AONA) organised...

A field trip to the Glaucoma NZ symposium

Glaucoma New Zealand’s symposium can always be relied upon to provide an engaging day of education. On a fine morning after an early start (the clocks...

OA22: from wellbeing to orthoptic-led clinics

The sun was shining and you could feel the excitement as the 78th Orthoptics Australia annual conference kicked off at the Brisbane Convention & Exhibition...

Getting granular on granular dystrophies

The first corneal dystrophies were recorded 130 years ago by the German ophthalmologist Professor Arthur Groenouw. They are described as bilateral, symmetrical...

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