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The TOPCON / OIA Imaging Competition and a brief history of ophthalmic photography

We hope you like and appreciate the image forming the cover of the June/July 2021 edition of Eye News. The Ophthalmic Imaging Association (OIA) was honoured to have been invited to submit a series of images from the winners of...

In conversation with Rosalyn Painter

  We chatted to Rosalyn Painter, Ophthalmic Imager at Oxford Eye Hospital, in October 2019 about the upcoming Ophthalmic Imaging Association (OIA) annual meeting. Click the image below to see her answers to our questions

OIA (Ophthalmic Imaging Association) Conference 2022

Ophthalmic Imaging Association Conference 2019

By Hayley Coates, Ophthalmic Imager, Bury St Edmunds. The Ophthalmic Imaging Association (OIA) Conference attracts ophthalmic science practitioners, photographers, technicians, optometrists and ophthalmologists from around the UK and was a perfect networking opportunity for those in the ophthalmic imaging field....

The Ophthalmic Imaging Association holds successful first virtual conference

When the coronavirus pandemic hit, many of the things we enjoy were postponed or cancelled, including the 2020 Ophthalmic Imaging Association (OIA) conference. The Ophthalmic Imaging Association committee began focusing on 2021 but it soon became apparent a face-to-face conference...

Networking in ophthalmology and ophthalmic imaging

Whether virtually or in real life, networking can expand our horizons. Rosalyn Painter takes a look at how it has influenced her own career. It is easy to forget the importance of networking, especially in the current climate; as imagers...

Comparison of SIA from femtosecond laser and manual CCIs for cataract surgery

This study group compared the differences in surgically induced astigmatism (SIA) vector, flattening effect, torque and wound architecture following both femtosecond laser and manual clear corneal incisions (CCIs). A double-armed, randomised, prospective case series was conducted. Cataract surgery was performed...

Insects, swelling and sight loss: a case of orbital inflammatory syndrome

Despite being the most common cause of painful orbital mass in adults and the third most common orbital disease, orbital inflammatory syndrome still proves to be a difficult ocular condition to diagnose, treat, and manage. A 41-year-old lady presented to...

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...

Optical Suppliers Association (OSA) Spring Members' Meeting

The OSA will be holding its Spring Members’ Meeting at the Kettering Park Hotel on Wednesday 23 March 2022. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, this will be the first in-person Members’ Meeting since October 2019. OSA Chair Andy Hepworth is...

Glaucoma prevalence in sleep apnoea

Obstructive sleep apnoea (OSA) is a disorder characterised by brief interruptions of breathing during sleep and results from complete or partial collapse of the pharyngeal airway. This study investigated the prevalence and progression of glaucoma in 39 patients receiving treatment...

Corneal biomechanics and refractive outcomes after cataract surgery

The authors aimed to study a range of corneal properties and correlate them with refractive outcomes after phacoemulsification. Outcomes were reviewed in a fairly small group of 40 patients (including only right eyes) operated by two surgeons using clear corneal...