OCT is a powerful tool in detecting structural changes but should not be used alone.
CASE REPORT: Thorough screening, timely diagnosis and continued monitoring are critical.
CASE REPORT: Set and meet target pressure to stabilise the disease.
Efron, Morgan and Woods share the findings of their latest annual survey of Australian contact lens prescribing habits.
An engaged and educated patient with an agreed management plan is the framework for successful health-care outcomes.
Accurate tear film measurements can improve your disease diagnosis.
Eyelid infection of demodex mites is one of the most common ocular conditions seen in eye-care practices.
BlephEx is an effective way to remove mites from the eyelids and eyelashes, when used in conjunction with a tea tree eye wash.
New developments are reducing ocular dryness and contact lens discomfort.
The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the latest research papers, news and reviews, compiled by Pharma Clinical Editor, Mark Roth.
How a molecule you’ve never heard of could prove effective against dry eye syndrome.
The Brien Holden Vision Institute goes beyond monovision with its extended depth of focus contact lens.
Montpellier, France will be the ‘Davos of dry eye’ for three days in September next year.
Diagnosis: right vitreomacular traction. Treatment: patience.
The Optos Optomap has a role in documenting and imaging various presentations of WWOP.