You searched for "pupil"

247 results found

Automated Bruckner device accuracy

The authors developed a Bruckner device, examined volunteers and determined the relation between the luminance of the red fundus reflex and eye rotation. Eye rotation was varied continuously both horizontally (-7 to 8 degrees) and vertically (five degree total range)...

Refractive surgery for anisometropic amblyopia

The authors report the outcomes of refractive surgery with phakic intraocular lens (PIOL) implant for management of anisometropic amblyopia in children intolerant to conventional therapy. This was a retrospective study of 71 eyes of 71 patients of which 58 were...

Literature review of isolated ocular motor nerve palsies

Patients aged over 50 presenting with isolated nerve palsies of the third (pupil sparring), fourth or sixth nerves, are often described as having microvascular extraocular palsies. This review looks critically at the evidence surrounding these microvascular non-arteritic extraocular palsies and...

Two bifocals and a trifocal

The authors compare the optical outcomes of two bifocal intraocular lenses (AcrySof ReSTOR +2.50 Diopter [D] add +3.0D add) with a trifocal lens (AT LISA tri 839MP). The optical qualities of the lenses were quantified by measuring the modulation transfer...

Rotational stability of angle supported phakic IOL

The authors evaluate 50 eyes of 28 patients that underwent an angle fixated phakic intraocular lens (IOL) implantation (Acrysof Cachet). All eyes had moderate to high myopia (-5.25 to-19.63 dioptres) and IOL sizing was performed as per the manufacturer’s recommendation....

The screening and treatment of retinopathy of prematurity

A male child is born at 31 weeks and requires 100% oxygen supplementation with intensive care. What would be the ophthalmic management of this child? In the first instance, it will be useful to know the screening criteria and protocol....

Children and Young People’s Commissioner commends Sight Scotland for leading the way in inclusive education

Nicola Killean, Children and Young People’s Commissioner Scotland, has praised Sight Scotland for not only upholding the rights of visually impaired children and young people, but also empowering them to know their own rights so they can shape their own educational journey.

The results of the last survey Dec20

The responses to the first question in this survey demonstrate the need for it and the significant variation in practice we see in even relatively simple management decisions. Patients are seen regularly with occludable drainage angles and listed for YAG...

Fight for Sight to maximise impact by funding solutions-focused research in priority eye conditions

Fight for Sight aims to stop sight loss by funding pioneering research. Rod McNeil takes a look at the Primer Fellowship Awards programme, which provides funding for up to £60,000 for individuals to undertake vision-related research for one year. Among...

Optical coherence tomography – reinventing the eye examination

It has been 25 years since Huang et al. presented the first optical coherence tomography (OCT) images in Science [1]. With vast improvements in OCT technology over the years, it is now possible to acquire high-resolution cross-sectional images of the...

Changes in axial length and refraction in young Chinese school children

The authors aimed to assess refractive error and axial length in children aged seven to eight years (grades 1-2) starting education in South China. The study reviewed 301 students and obtained data for analysis from 291 (50.2% female). Average axial...

Student Ophthalmology Review Day: SORD

by Josephine A Bates, FY2 Doctor, North Devon District Hospital, Barnstaple, UK. Opening its doors to medical students across the country once again, the Royal College of Ophthalmologists hosted the Student Ophthalmology Review Day (SORD) with a fantastic turnout. Dr...