Now you see it, now you don’t!

I remember when I first looked through a kaleidoscope; it was a magical thing that you pointed towards the light, rotated the end piece and all the shapes...

Is your practice welcoming to all patients?

Have you ever asked yourself if your practice feels safe and welcoming for people from rainbow communities? If you are asking yourself why that would even...

Keeping up with OSD developments

The world of ocular surface health has lately sprawled, owing to a rapid, radical revolution in understanding and practice. How did we get there as a field...

ONZ: What’s all the fuss about?!

Ophthalmology New Zealand (ONZ) is the business arm of ophthalmology in New Zealand. In contrast to, and perhaps synergistic with the RANZCO NZ branch,...

OTE4 – Doing it for the kids

The final Ocular Therapeutics Evening (OTE) of the University of Auckland’s Buchanan Ocular Therapeutics Unit (BOTU) series was held online and focused...

iPad visual field test

Glaucoma suspects using a self-administered iPad test for visual field defects took a third of the time of traditional in-clinic testing and achieved greater...

RANZCO NZ 2022: A breath of fresh air

After two years of limited or cancelled meetings due to Covid-19, it was a breath of fresh air to arrive at Blenheim’s Marlborough Events Centre and ASB...

Ophthalmic nurses – adept at adaptation

Adaptability in challenging times was the theme of the 2022 RANZCO New Zealand branch meeting in Blenheim. As with the main sessions, shared with the ophthalmologists,...

The iris in health and disease, part II: Iris transillumination defects and rubeosis iridis

In December 2021, we described normal variations in the iris and iris changes in certain genetic conditions, systemic diseases, and malignant tumours....

Oculoplastics research review

Ophthalmic presentation of undiagnosed sinonasal massesK Vahdani and G RoseOphthalmic Plast Reconstr Surg vol 37:5 (2021)

BOOK REVIEW: Retinal computation, by Gregory Schwartz

When considering how vision works, it is tempting to treat the retina as a digital camera. It converts light into electricity, performs some simple computations...

Chalkeyes presents: Taking this bike all the way to Invercargill, son

The first time I heard about a monster bike ride from Cape Reinga to Bluff, I was in the doctor’s surgery. My GP was wiry, a keen bike rider, a role model....

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