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  1. 2CPD Points: Anti-VEGF Therapy for Neovascular...

    Dr. Jeff Friedrich and Dr. Simon Chen | 26 April 2015

    Anti-vascular endothelial growth factor (VEGF) agents have revolutionised the treatment of neovascular age-related macular degeneration (nvAMD). While new treatments are under development, currently there are three intravitreal anti-VEGF agents available in... Read More

  2. 2CPD Points: Keratitis Management in Optometric...

    Nicole Carnt | 26 April 2015

    Optometrists play a vital role in differentiating corneal infection from sterile corneal inflammation, as well as educating vulnerable groups on the risks of developing this sight-threatening ocular condition. Microbial keratitis (MK), or corneal infection,... Read More

  3. 2CPD Pts: Laser Assisted Cataract Surgery: The...

    Dr. Rick Wolfe | 31 March 2015

    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 surgery, providing greater refractive accuracy, efficacy... Read More

  4. 2CPD Pts: Anterior segment imaging systems...

    Dr. Daya Sharma | 26 March 2015

    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 us to communicate better with our colleagues, in an age of... Read More

  5. 2CPD Pts: Corneal Dystrophies What is that...

    Nicole Carnt | 26 March 2015

    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 beside them. Is that negative staining you think and could... Read More

  6. 2CPD Points: Clinical Applications of...

    Lawrie Jacobson | 26 February 2015

    Ultra-widefield (UWF) retinal imaging represents the evolution of a technology first invented to view the retina back in 1850. Today’s highly sophisticated system offers multimodal UWF imaging, including colour and fundus autofluorescence, delivering... Read More

  7. 2TCPD Pts: Severe Microbial Keratitis: What to...

    Dr. Nicole Carnt | 30 January 2015

    Most corneal infections are caused by bacteria and usually respond well to broad-spectrum antibiotics. Some less common bacteria, fungal and amoebic corneal infections have different risk factors, more severe outcomes and require different drugs and... Read More

  8. 2CPD Pts: Keratoconus Strategies for Management...

    Anna Siu | 30 January 2015

    Keratoconus (KC) is a bilateral, asymmetric non inflammatory thinning of the cornea.1 The incidence varies with the definition of KC but is roughly estimated to be one in 2,000 in the general population.2 In Australia, it is a major reason for corneal... Read More

  9. 2CPD Points: Soft Contact Lenses

    A. Sulley, K. Osborn Lorenz and P. Jubin | 29 January 2015

    How a contact lens handles is rarely the first consideration when choosing which lens to prescribe but may be more important to patients than practitioners expect. When thinking of the perceived barriers to contact lens wear, patients’ fears about... Read More

  10. 2CPD Points: Protecting Eyes from Sun Exposure

    Tim Thurn | 29 January 2015

    Australians and New Zealanders have known about the dangers of ultraviolet radiation (UVR) for some time. In 1985, the prestigious journal Nature published an article on the British Antarctic Survey’s discovery of the hole in the ozone layer.1 In 2011,... Read More

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