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Prediction of visual outcome in IIH

In this prospective study, visual outcome of 40 patients with idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH) was compared with clinical and neuro-ophthalmic parameters. The purpose of this was to determine any correlation to try and predict visual outcome for IIH patients. Parameters...

Who will benefit from cataract surgery?

The need for cataract surgery is expected to rise dramatically in the future due to the increasing proportion of elderly citizens and increasing demands for optimum visual function. The aim of this study was to provide an evidence-based recommendation for...

In the eye of the beholder!

Humans grow up with a vibrant sense of knowledge from the colours, shapes, and sizes we are in contact with from all around us. These come together to form some wonderful objects and designs. We are in awe of nature...

VisionSpring provides the first-ever vision screening for monks in the Dalai Lama’s community

681 members of the Dalai Lama’s community were screened by VisionSpring to assess whether they needed eyeglasses.

College of Optometrists urges public to wear their glasses for night driving

As the clocks go back into Greenwich Mean Time, and the nights draw in, experts at The College of Optometrists are urging those drivers who have been advised to wear glasses while driving, to don their spectacles before getting behind the wheel.

Optical Express sponsors Atlantic rowing challenge for dementia research

Optical Express has become the official headline sponsor of a rowing challenge that will see Jason Black (52) and Neil Glover (60) row over 3100 miles across the Atlantic Ocean, in an effort to raise money to fund groundbreaking research into a cure for dementia.

Dazzling display of eye fashion!

The catwalk began with the loud blast of music as the models danced out in the most sophisticated style between 24–26 February 2024 at the iconic London Excel. Over three days, the 100% Optical catwalk sponsored by OCULO, was a...

BCPB chair takes on Everest challenge

BCPB's Chair, Paul Hunter is climbing Mount Everest at home via his stairs during lock down to raise vital funds for the charity's blindness prevention work.

Hear from the RCOphth Subcommittee

We heard from Dr Swetha Maddula Batambuze, SAS Chair RCOphth, and the rest of the RCOphth subcommittee about their Invisible Ophthalmologist talk yesterday, and their plans for the SAS Forum in November.