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UCL Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital: Masterclass in Oculoplastic, Lacrimal and Orbital Diseases

Oculoplastics, Lacrimal and Orbital Ophthalmology is a subspeciality of Ophthalmology that deals with important structures that support the continued functioning, health and comfort of the ocular globe. Available from Monday 15 January

Masterclass – management of the patient with watery and dry eyes @ 100% Ophthalmology

@14:00 – 15:00 This enlightening session is presented by Miss Jane Olver, the Founder and Medical Director of Clinica and the co-founder of the British Oculoplastic Surgery Society (BOPSS). You will gain a deeper understanding of how to manage patients with watery and dry eyes.

6th Anterior Segment Meeting 2023

9:30 AM – 16:00 PM GMT

Oculoplastics: an evolving specialty

Consultant Ophthalmic and Oculoplastic Surgeon Raman Malhotra provides an insight into this increasingly popular subspecialty of ophthalmology. Oculoplastic surgery refers to plastic, reconstructive and aesthetic surgery of the eyelids, the surrounding facial areas, orbits and lacrimal system. Its scope has...

Profile of a tertiary referral oculoplastics service in the UK

The provision of safe and effective ophthalmic care to large patient populations has always been challenging. Severe restrictions of outpatient clinical activity due to the COVID-19 crisis has compounded this problem, with 26,800 appointments cancelled in our unit in the...

The University of Auckland, New Zealand - Ophthalmology Sub-speciality Fellowship Applications Open – Deadline 18 June 2021

The Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland and Greenlane Hospital, Auckland District Health Board have openings.

The University of Auckland, New Zealand - Ophthalmology Sub-speciality Fellowship Applications Open – Deadline 31 July 2022

The Department of Ophthalmology at the University of Auckland and Greenlane Hospital, Auckland District Health Board have openings.

Factors affecting the success of canalicular repairs

This is a ten year retrospective review of 137 canalicular laceration repairs, looking for factors which affected the outcome. A successful outcome was defined as no epiphora at three months or more after removal of the stent. Overall the success...