Re:Vision Co-Management conference

With the emphasis on ophthalmology supporting optometry to co-manage patients, Re:Vision partners Drs Trevor Gray and Mo Ziaei pulled together a lineup...

Retinoids offer hope for inherited blindness

US researchers investigating Leber congenital amaurosis (LCA) treated mice with synthetic retinoids, partially restoring visually responsive neurons in...

Study establishes AMD subtypes

A comprehensive review of neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nAMD) literature has produced treatment recommendations based on three macular...

PRP: superior corneal healing

A Japanese study found cold-stored platelet-rich plasma (PRP) eye-drops promoted corneal epithelial wound healing with higher levels of growth factors...

UK surgeons: telemedicine here to stay

UK oculoplastic surgeons responding to a Moorfields Eye Hospital survey said they foresee telemedicine continuing to be used post-Covid-19 in triaging,...

Video promotes correct eye drop use

The Royal Victorian Eye and Ear Hospital (RVEEH) in Melbourne has partnered with the World Association of Eye Hospitals (WAEH) to produce an instructional...

IVT increases surgical risk

Patients who have undergone prior intravitreal therapy (pIVT) have an increased risk of intraoperative complication (IC) during cataract surgery, according...

Brain tumours warrant eye checks

A study of 170 Dutch youths aged 0-18 years with newly diagnosed brain tumour revealed abnormal ophthalmological findings in 78.8%, while 65.2% without...

AI to teach clinicians empathy

A University of Auckland-developed artificial intelligence (AI) project will be able to train medical students to be more empathetic and patient-focused,...

’Automated gonioscopy’ a reality?

Researchers in Singapore said they achieved good diagnostic performance for detection of gonioscopic angle closure by teaming a deep learning algorithm...

Trabeculectomy superior to Xen45 stent

Spanish researchers found trabeculectomy more effectively reduced intraocular pressure (IOP) in patients with open-angle glaucoma (OAG) than Allergan’s...

Fall risk drops following second-eye cataract surgery

An Australian study found the incidence of falls among over-65s decreased from an average 0.81 falls per year after first-eye cataract surgery to 0.32...

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