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HSCT treatment outcomes for osteopetrosis

The purpose of this study was to objectively analyse changes in the optic canal opening and conductibility of the optic nerve following allogenic hematopoietic stem cell transplantation (HSCT) in patients with osteopetrosis. 3D CT imaging was used along with visual...

Twenty-four hour IOP patterns in patients with thyroid eye disease (OO/GL)

Elevated IOP in patients with thyroid eye disease (TED) can be caused by restriction and compression of the globe by enlarged extraocular muscles, elevated episcleral venous pressure and increased mucopolysaccharide deposition in the trabecular meshwork. Although previous studies have investigated...

Mitomycin C versus 5-FU as an adjunctive treatment for trabeculectomy

Antifibrotic agents are used during trabeculectomy (TRAB) to improve long-term surgical success by reducing fibrosis of subconjunctival and episcleral tissue. The purpose of this meta-analysis was to directly compare the efficacy and safety of the two most frequently used antifibrotic...

My ophthalmic elective: Harvard Medical School

Medical electives are an excellent opportunity to learn, enjoy and explore countries and their healthcare systems. I was grateful to do mine in ophthalmology at Harvard Medical School (HMS). This article will share my personal experience working at HMS with...

NEOS (North Of England Ophthalmological Society) Spring Meeting 2024

by Matthew Hartley, Trainee, Northern Deanery, UK. In NEOS’ 110th year, the spring meeting was held in Doncaster and centred around ocular oncology and vitreoretinal surgery. The meeting hosts, Umi Harley and Steve Winder from Royal Hallamshire Hospital, arranged a...

No such thing as a free lunch

Rudyard Kipling was a very wise chap. He was in San Francisco towards the end of the 19th century and noticed that in some bars and saloons the house was giving away free lunches for every patron who first purchased...

What's trending Jun/Jul 2020

Here in the UK, we’ve been in lockdown since 23 March 2020, with much of the rest of the world entering degrees of lockdown since February-March 2020. COVID-19 has dominated the headlines and social media, so without further ado, I...

Surgical strategies to manage incomitant strabismus in adults

Incomitant vertical and / or horizontal strabismus is a challenging presentation. Patients are usually symptomatic as the onset is either sudden so they haven’t developed any coping mechanisms or very complex so that any coping mechanisms will not cover all...

Lateral tarsal strip with skin-muscle flap excision in entropion

This was a retrospective study looking at effectiveness of skin-muscle flap in conjunction with a lateral tarsal strip for the correction of involutional entropion. Lateral tarsal strip was combined with a subciliary incision from canthotomy to just lateral to lacrimal...

Trainee personality types

Over the past two years I have attended quite a number of medical educational seminars and ‘workshops’ and have been a bit shocked at how out of kilter with reality the world of education seems to be now. It seems...

Applanation tonometry in the pandemic era: Are facial masks an obstacle to a correct intraocular pressure measurement?

Current recommendations in the UK advise on wearing any facial covering to prevent the spread of the coronavirus [1]. Whilst this is vital for patient and hospital staff safety, it has led to several changes in the approach to a...

ISBCS versus DSBCS

This is a retrospective study of 53 children who had immediate sequential bilateral cataract surgery (ISBCS) (37/53) or delayed sequential bilateral cataract surgery (DSBCS) (16/53) at a tertiary referral paediatric hospital in Toronto, Canada. Clear visual axis was the measure...