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Long-term outcomes following surgery for traumatic cyclodialysis clefts

This retrospective case series evaluated the long-term visual prognosis and intraocular pressure control following surgical treatment of traumatic cyclodialysis clefts. Cyclodialysis clefts result from the disinsertion of the longitudinal ciliary muscle fibres from the scleral spur and occur as a...

Lens surgery in patients with lens subluxation misdiagnosed as primary angle-closure glaucoma

Lens subluxation can be caused by many conditions including Marfan syndrome and other hereditary conditions, and blunt trauma. Lens displacement can cause pupillary block and angle closure. This is commonly misdiagnosed as primary angle closure glaucoma (PACG), which can lead...

Profile of sports-related ocular trauma

The authors conducted a previous study on the epidemiology of sports-related ocular trauma in Quebec. In this study they aim to gather further information on presentation via ophthalmology and emergency departments. They undertook a follow-up study from a tertiary care...

VISION 2020 LINKS Programme and DR-NET World Sight Day Workshop

World Sight Day (WSD) was celebrated globally on 8 October 2020 [1]. From Australia and the Pacific to the Americas, via Asia, Africa and the Caribbean, awareness-raising and advocacy activities took place throughout the day, to focus attention on unnecessary...

100 years of insulin

*Joint first authors The centenary of the discovery of insulin is a time to celebrate one of the most significant scientific discoveries of the 20th century. Background Before 1923, Type 1 diabetes mellitus [T1DM] resulted in death from severe ketoacidosis...

What not to miss in neuro-ophthalmology Part 2

As mentioned previously there are several conditions in neuro-ophthalmology that should not be missed by the general ophthalmologist as well as ophthalmology trainees. We discussed in the first part some of these conditions including third cranial nerve palsies, giant cell...

Ophthalmology (third edition)

If you are an ophthalmologist who enjoys books with coloured pictures, you’re no lone wolf. The third edition of Lang’s Ophthalmology will definitely pique your primal ophthalmologist instincts. You will be drawn to its soft-bound yet sturdy looking exterior. Flicking...

Improving the availability of titanium reusable instruments

Duckworth & Kent are proud to support NHS hospitals, treatment centres and independent providers with precision engineered titanium reusable instruments.

Haag-Streit UK launch a new e-shop

Haag-Streit UK is pleased to announce the launch of a brand new e-shop at https://eshopuk.haag-streit.com/

Are your ophthalmic scissors cutting it?

Westcott conjunctival scissors (SA11) from Surgitrac Instruments. These cross-action scissors, with fine sharp tips, offer precise cutting action.

Single-use Lacrimal probes and punctum dilators

Surgitrac® Instruments manufacturers single-use lacrimal probes and dilators.

Making sense of the orthoptic assessment

Following the Specialty Trainee article on this topic in the February/March 2020 issue, Joe Smith provides a more detailed breakdown of the orthoptic report. Orthoptists investigate, diagnose and manage a wide variety of patients with varying problems. In this article,...