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Simulated ocular surgery

See also Simulated ocular surgery - strabismus surgery and Simulated ocular surgery: pars plana vitrectomy and scleral buckling surgery This is the first of a series of articles that will have three aims. Firstly, to demonstrate why simulated ocular surgery...

Surgical options for the treatment of hyperopia

The modern refractive surgeon has a variety of options available to treat patients with hyperopia who wish to be independent of spectacles and contact lenses. Unlike in low myopia where presbyopic patients may have the ability to see well for...

Imaging in ophthalmology

Rosalyn Painter (OIA) and Richard Bell (BARS) have joined forces for this special imaging in ophthalmology supplement in Eye News. To skip directly to features, click the links below: Welcome from the editors- by Rosalyn Painter, Richard Bell A brief...

Features of AMD treatment non-responders

This is a retrospective consecutive case series of 365 eyes with age-related macular degeneration (AMD) who had three monthly intravitreal aflibercept treatments for at least 12 months. Responders were defined as complete resolution of exudation, intraretinal oedema, subretinal fluid, pigment...

Postnatal weight gain as adjunct to ROP screening

The purpose of this study was to assess postnatal weight gain as a tool to stratify infants at risk of developing severe retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) in a US Midwestern neonatal ICU cohort. The authors sought to develop a simpler...

Bausch + Lomb announce the winners of the ‘Icons of Ophthalmology’ vote 

Bausch + Lomb has announced the winners of the ‘Icons of Ophthalmology’ initiative with the launch of a keepsake compendium.

Glaucoma UK reveals new name, website and branding

Glaucoma UK - formerly the International Glaucoma Association - is using this year’s Glaucoma Awareness Week (GAW) to launch a new name, visual identity and website for the charity, with the aim of reaching more people who have glaucoma, or who are at risk of glaucoma.

Clipboard history

If you regularly use the clipboard on a PC or Mac to copy and paste information, you will likely appreciate how useful the feature is. Despite its utility, it fails when you copy data over something else you have yet...

Vision Buddy: A sight enhancement wearable to enhance TV and computer viewing

This review of the Vision Buddy system continues our recent series on wearable assistive technology. The main component of the Vision Buddy system is a VR-type headset, designed to assist users with a range of tasks primarily within the home...

The GMC joins the mobile revolution

If you are an ophthalmologist practising in the UK the increasing need to log your educational activities for your Annual Review of Competence Progression (ARCP) or appraisal can’t possibly have escaped you. The existing tools in this area for ophthalmologists...

Papilloedema: an update

Some readers may have seen a recent report in the national newspapers of the case of a teenage girl with persistent severe headache associated with a fatal brain tumour having been undiagnosed despite many consultations with her medical advisers. It...

Hull becomes leading national centre for eye surgery

New Bausch + Lomb state-of-the-art eye surgery suite opens at Hull University Hospital