Retinal camera unlocks back-of-the-eye secrets
A small study demonstrates that high-resolution imaging with adaptive optics may be a useful method of assessing integrity of the cone mosaic following macular hole repair.
Knowing when to refer young patients to ocular genetics programmes
Clinicians need to investigate patients’ history, family history, visual behaviours and general health in order to promptly and accurately refer paediatric cases to ocular genetics clinics.
Pearls for minimally invasive strabismus surgery
Central tenotomy and central plication are just two options that can correct very small deviations previously not amenable to surgical treatment.
Medical and surgical treatments emerge for presbyopia
Thanks to recent innovation, ophthalmologists have several options at their disposal for the treatment of presbyopia.
Austrian study targets dry eye disease in postmenopausal women
Investigators find that oestradiol drops can ease signs and symptoms for 3 months.
Challenges with screening dry eye patients for Sjögren’s syndrome
New serological biomarkers could characterise Sjögren’s syndrome better than traditionally used autoantibodies.
Finding ways to finesse eye examinations in paediatric patients
New strategies are considered for obtaining information from visual assessments while ensuring compliance from paediatric patients.
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