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Pituitary tumours: why are they so often missed?

Part 1: Introduction, historical background and Edinburgh connections (see also Part 2 and Part 3) Is there any ophthalmologist who has not missed a pituitary tumour? Hopefully this article will help those currently in practice to avoid such an embarrassment,...

“Steel True, Blade Straight”

Steven Kerr of the Royal College of Surgeons of Edinburgh explores the medical career of Arthur Conan Doyle, his relationship with his mentor Joseph Bell and his fascination with ophthalmology. Arthur Ignatius Conan Doyle was born in Edinburgh on the...

Eye News Symposium 2020

Eye News Co-editor and Chair, Professor Baljean Dhillon from the University of Edinburgh, explains the 'AI and New Technology in Ophthalmology Eye News Symposium and Workshop' on Monday 20 January 2020 - Glasgow Hilton, UK is a 'must-attend' event. For...

Sight Sciences OMNI® Masterclass Birmingham

@ 9:30am - 3:30pm (includes dry lab session)

Eye News to host educational day focused on AI and new technology

We’re delighted to announce that we will be hosting a symposium again next year as part of Eyecare 2020.

A pituitary tumour from 1927

The author shares a clinical case from Edinburgh Royal Infirmary’s archives. It is not often in the course of a clinical career that one gets the opportunity to review a patient who had been treated by a pioneer neurosurgeon some...

The International Congress of Ophthalmology (ICO): a history

Readers of Eye News will notice in the Events section that the World Congress of Ophthalmology (WOC) is scheduled to take place in Barcelona in June 2018. This is in fact the renamed International Congress of Ophthalmology (ICO) and now...

New editorial coordinator joins the Eye News team

We are delighted to announce that Chris Henson will be joining the Eye News team as editorial coordinator from this week.

Scottish Glaucoma Symposium 2022 (Scottish Glaucoma Club)

The Scottish Glaucoma club first started its June symposium in 1999 and since 2004 it has been an annual event. This is a day meeting, held at the Royal College of Surgeons Edinburgh and covers a variety of aspects of...

In conversation with Andrew Tatham at SGC2022

We spoke to Dr Andrew Tatham, Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon, about his experience at this year’s Scottish Glaucoma Club symposium in Edinburgh. Andrew also discussed his podcast with European Glaucoma Society, which you can find here: https://open.spotify.com/episode/3KABi99o8kmUJybRQKk4K3

Facilitators and barriers to conducting research

A survey of clinicians and researchers across the UK was conducted to identify barriers to research and potential solutions. The authors extracted details of studies listed on the UKCRN database that involved paediatric ophthalmology with recruitment of children. An e-survey...

Holoxica and UKE develop holographic demonstrations for ophthalmic surgical procedures

Holoxica has been working with surgeons at the University of Hamburg-Eppendorf Eye Clinic (UKE) to produce holograms and animations of various ophthalmic surgical procedures, including cataracts, PK (Perforating Keratoplasty)...