A routine eye examination leads to diagnosis of normal tension glaucoma
The practising optometrist’s point of entry to the most relevant studies, research papers, reviews and conference proceedings, compiled by Dr Laura Downie
Topical application to the ocular surface may be a promising treatment for dry eye
The role of in vivo confocal microscopy in the monitoring of diabetic neuropathy
Perceptual processes can be affected by paracentral scotoma
The importance of timely treatment of CRVO with anti-VEGF therapy.
Channel separation confirms location of malignant lesions
A new study highlights the need to include blood pressure status in your glaucoma patients’ risk assessments
A presenting symptom is often related to more than one condition in a glaucoma patient
Seven points to remember when addressing signs, symptoms and treatments
Congenitally anomalous conditions can make it difficult to judge glaucomatous disc changes
Over-reliance on imaging can yield false positives (red) and false negatives (green)
Knowledge of the anterior chamber angle characteristics is essential for interpreting what you see when conducting an examination.
For a patient with glaucoma, a visually significant cataract that warrants surgery opens up a multitude of treatments, benefits and potential complications.
Factor in your glaucoma patients’ real-life concerns