The Optos Optomap has a role in documenting and imaging various presentations of WWOP.
Collaborative care of patients relies on strong professional relationships
The findings from recent studies on the use of anti-VEGF to treat neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nvAMD) with both focal laser photocoagulation and intravitreal triamcinolone (corticosteroid) are significant—and surprising.
Here’s a summary of the incidence, sub-types and pathogenesis of diabetes in your patients.
A freely-available practice management tool to help optometrists provide care for their diabetic patients
A study highlights the risk of microvascular complications in younger people with type 2 diabetes
You know what your abbreviations and acronyms mean. The problem is: someone else may not.
The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the latest research papers, news and reviews, compiled by Pharma Clinical Editor, Mark Roth.
New evidence is changing the way we manage patients who have amblyopia.
The eye is a simple, non-invasive location for screening, diagnosing and follow up of diabetic peripheral neuropathy.
In this case report, fundus autofluorescence proves useful in the early detection and clear documentation of RPE dysfunction
Watch for an often-missed risk factor in the early stages of age-related macular degeneration.
What’s new in the management of age-related macular degeneration?
A clinical teaching centre is being established to address modifiable risks for AMD
With its grave consequences and rapid progression, timely detection and initiation of treatment in GCA is vital