Matters of size: when is the cornea too large?

The cornea is the most significant refractive structure of the eye, contributing two-thirds of the eye’s refractive power, the remainder coming from the...

PRP and DR and anti-VEGF injections, DMO and agitation research review

Effect of panretinal photocoagulation on corneal sensation and tear function in patients with DRH Review: This study evaluated the effects of panretinal...

Examining the LEAD trial

The LEAD study or Laser Intervention in early stages of age-related macular degeneration (AMD) trial was a world-first study into the safety and efficacy...

Getting to grips with RPD and AMD

Late last year a world-leading study was launched concentrating specifically on reticular pseudodrusen (RPD) and why they appear to be a high-risk phenotype...

CASE STUDY: Glaucoma masqueraders

Glaucoma masqueraders (Table 1) are ocular conditions that have clinical features that resemble glaucoma. Like glaucoma, they are conditions that can change...

BOOK REVIEW: Positive Vision By Ken Brandt

Ken Brandt has had poor vision since being born prematurely, with subsequent progressive myopia resulting in a detached retina and eventually also cataracts....

Christmas parties social tedia

Whoopee, it’s party time! Some folks enjoy them, personally I don't! But it’s a giving time and one must make an effort. Having done so, I hope a few fellow...

Dry eye research - a review

High prevalence of abnormal ocular surface tests in a healthy paediatric population

Contemporary surgical managment of iris tumours and reconstruction

In the human eye, the iris forms a diaphragm controlling the diameter of the pupil and therefore the amount of light reaching the retina. The eye is diffraction-limited,...

Screening, VA and falls assessments in 2020

The Orthoptics Australia online weekend conference in mid-November was the second virtual conference I attended in 2020. Not having to fund transport and...

The fall and rise of refractive surgery

A patient with a history of refractive surgery may create a wave of anxiety in the minds of most ophthalmologists but it is the history of refractive surgery...

Corneal crosslinking in 2020

Keratoconus is a non-inflammatory corneal degeneration that leads to progressive corneal thinning, myopia, irregular astigmatism and scarring, resulting...

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