To ZAP or not to ZAP?

A common incidental clinical finding among optometrists is ‘narrow angles'. That worryingly thin black space on Van Herick assessment alerts us to dust...

Long-term efficacy and safety of MIGS in glaucoma management

In this review, I discuss three recent papers, adding to the role of minimally invasive glaucoma surgery (MIGS) in the management of glaucoma, particularly...

Ocular melanoma in Aotearoa

Ocular melanoma (OM) is the most common cancer in the adult eye. OM affects structures in the eye containing melanocytes: the choroid, ciliary body, iris...

nAMD research update

Diagnostic accuracy of monitoring tests of fellow eyes in patients with unilateralnAMD

CASE STUDY: non-neovascular subretinal fluid in AMD

A 65-year-old European man was referred to the retinal clinic for ongoing age-related macular degeneration (AMD) management. On a routine examination by...

Thyroid disease, Covid-19 and conjunctivitis and Myopia app

Teprotumumab for TED: early response not required for benefit

Cataract surgery and dementia

As well as benefitting vision, cataract surgery has tremendous implications for quality of life, avoiding falls and cognitive deterioration. It’s also...

Retina research update

Characteristics of patients with complete VA recovery after vitrectomy for macula-off retinal detachmentKonstantinidis L et alEye (Lond). 2021 Oct;35(10):2834-2839

Spaceflight, blue-light-blocking lenses and diagnostic error in neuro-ophthalmology

Patient harm due to diagnostic error of neuro-ophthalmologic conditionsStunkel L et al

Studies back UWF-SS OCT

Two recent, independent studies have shown that Optos’ Silverstone retinal scanning system can improve patient management and alter treatment decisions. The...

Glaucoma in Māori and Pacific peoples

Primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) is the most common form of glaucoma, with at least 80 million people affected globally1. However, the prevalence of...

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