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Detailed overview of diplopia causes and outcomes for a single tertiary care centre

The purpose of this study was to study the aetiology, progression and outcome in patients with binocular diplopia presenting to the ophthalmology department of a tertiary care centre in India. The study had a prospective observational design where all patients...

ROPPVAL Syndrome as a differential diagnosis to optic neuritis

Optic neuritis (ON) is a common cause of visual loss in young patients. Patients with eye pain and ipsilateral visual loss are often referred into neuro-ophthalmology clinics with a possible diagnosis of ON. In 2018 Jefferis et al. reported a...

Using lumbar puncture as a diagnostic tool of IIH when the presentation is typical

The authors present the findings of a retrospective observational chart review across three neuro-ophthalmology clinics. Databases at each clinic were searched using inclusion criteria based on established diagnostic criteria for idiopathic intracranial hypertension (IIH). Cases with missing data, atypical findings...

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...

Infection prophylaxis and first visit timing for strabismus surgery

The authors undertook this study to characterise the practice patterns of paediatric ophthalmologists regarding their use of infection prophylaxis and timing of the first postoperative visit after strabismus surgery. A 10-question multi-choice questionnaire was circulated via American Association for Pediatric...

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.

Telemedicine retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) screening

The Auckland Regional Telemedicine ROP network utilises wide-field digital imaging for ROP screening. Results are from 2006-2015; 1181 infants were screened over three neonatal intensive care units; 83 infants with ROP were identified. Screening rates increased over the 10 years...

Eye News Book Competition - Your Chance to Win a Copy

Eye News is delighted to be partnering with NIHR Doctoral Fellow, Specialist Registrar in Ophthalmology, and author Sohaib Rufai for an exciting giveaway for new and old readers alike.

Eyelid position assessment using mobile phone photography and simple measurement tool in children

Inspired by the difficulty to obtain the gold-standard measurement of eyelid position in children, the authors present a proof-of-concept study of a simple measurement tool paired with digital photography. Patients and their siblings between the ages of one-year to 21-years-old,...

Retrospective safety assessment of apraclonidine for diagnosis of Horner’s syndrome in children

Apraclonidine has been shown to reverse the anisocoria in Horner’s syndrome, with some reports of partial ptosis resolution. Side-effects of apraclonidine have been reported especially in children under six months old. The authors present a retrospective safety study of using...

Prevalence of misdiagnosis of third nerve palsy by referring clinicians

The authors present a retrospective case review of new patient presentations to a neuro-ophthalmology clinic at two centres between 2014 and 2017. The electronic medical records were searched using the variety of terms for third nerve palsy. Referral for management...

The rate of realignment of two toric monofocal intraocular lenses (IOL)

This retrospective study used the American Academy of Ophthalmology Registry data to analyse the need of reoperation for realignment within the first year after cataract surgery with a TECNIS or AcrySof monofocal toric IOL implanted during 2016 and 2017. They...