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Transferring imaging from primary to secondary care (part 2)

Transferring clinical imaging from high street optometrists to secondary care is an increasingly requested option, especially in the context of the COVID-19 pandemic. A wide variety of solutions exist to allow this, each with their own merits and shortcomings. In...

Quality of life of children and parents with and without a wide range of eye conditions

A prospective study collecting quality of life data from children with a wide range of eye conditions, as well as visually normal controls using the Pediatric Eye Questionnaire (PedEyeQ) between the ages 0 and 17 years. One thousand and thirty-seven...

Glasses for the blind and a safer internet

Google Glass I recently attended a demo of the Google Glass technology (at the TEDx Salford conference). For those who have not come across Glass, it a wearable computer developed by Google. In essence it is a very small computer...

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.

Glaukos at the Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress 2019 – Stand 17b

Glaukos, the ophthalmic medical technology company dedicated solely to the transformation of the treatment of glaucoma, is delighted to be attending the Annual Congress in Glasgow in May 2019. Glaukos has a portfolio of cutting edge products including the revolutionary...

Microbiology, risk factors and outcomes of microbial keratitis in Sydney, Australia

The authors present a retrospective case series including all patients with microbial keratitis and ocular surface diseases (OSD), including dry eye, blepharitis, Stevens-Johnson syndrome and / or ocular cicatricial pemphigoid, over a five-year period between 2012 and 2016. A total...

“We try our best”, but we should still be open and transparent

In a recent discussion with colleagues, someone recognised that many, when asked what they do, say, “I am a doctor”. Rather than “I work as a doctor”. This sense of belonging, pride and duty comes with responsibility. Becoming a surgeon,...

CHEC Launches New Treatment Centre in Accrington

CHEC (Community Health and Eye Care), one of the largest providers of community-based ophthalmology services in the UK, has announced the opening of a new site in Accrington offering eyecare and endoscopy services to the local community.

Binocular summation with low contrast

The magnitude of binocular summation was investigated in normal control subjects using four different letter charts of varying type with fixed and variable contrast levels and spatial frequency to determine which tests most readily reveal binocular summation in normal subjects....

Strabismus and binocular summation

The authors conducted a pilot study to investigate the effect of visual noise or background complexity on binocular summation in patients with strabismus. A target embedded in pixel noise was used. The study involved performance of a task detecting a...

Reported cases of hemifield slide phenomenon

This article reports three cases of hemifield slide, a phenomenon whereby there is an inability to stabilise and fuse visual hemifields. It occurs with heteronymous visual field loss and is thought to result from the loss of corresponding retinal points....