- PEACE 2015: Focus on Collaborative ...
- International Cornea and Contact...
- Diabetic Retinopathy Screening...
- Reclaiming Coloured Contact Lenses
- Eye Tracking for Concussion
- Medical tourism too Risky warns...
- Strong AVC Program
- Hong Kong Third Largest Exporter
mivision Issue 100, Apr 2015
This month has been a milestone for mivision. As we prepared to publish our 100th issue, we stopped numerous times to reflect on the profession we are privileged to work alongside. A profession made... More
2CPD Pts: Corneal Dystrophies...
You are doing a contact lens fit. The cornea looks clear but you pop in some fluorescein to get a better picture of any dryness staining and see some black irregular lines with fluorescein pooling... More
2CPD Pts: Anterior segment...
Modern imaging technology allows an unprecedented ability to demonstrate pathology to facilitate diagnosis and treatment planning, and to use this to explain conditions to patients. It also enables... More
mivision: The Story behind the...
As the 100th issue of mivision lands in practices around Australia and New Zealand, we reflect on the evolution of one idea. When co-publisher and business partner Todd Tai and I first discussed the... More
Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery: The Future?
Laser assisted cataract surgery is a disruptive technology – but is it the way forward? To its proponents, femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery (LACS) is said to be the future of cataract... Read More
Patient Co-management in the 21st Century
A patient’s ocular health can provide important indicators about their general health just as their general health can have ramifications on their vision and eyes.It makes perfect sense then, for... Read More
Setting the Trends at Mido 2015
Eyewear is moving into a post-vintage era with angular, sharp, volumous and textured frames the stand outs at the 45th Mido in Milan in early March. Milan is renowned for being the centre of European fashion... Read More