miophthalmology

  1. Diabetes: Managing the Coming Tsunami

    Professor Hugh Taylor | 26 November 2014

    Diabetic eye disease is a coming tsunami that will sweep the globe. At the RANZCO annual scientific congress in late November, Professor Hugh Taylor emphasised the need for a co-ordinated approach to diabetic eye disease. Professor Mark Gillies presented... Read More

  2. Bevordex Study into Treatment Options for...

    Professor Mark Gillies | 26 November 2014

    First year results from the Bevordex study into treatment options for diabetic macular oedema (DMO) have been released as the second year of the study comes to its conclusion. The study was a highlight at the American Academy of Ophthalmology meeting in... Read More

  3. 50 Year USyd Ophthalmology Gala

    mivision | 26 November 2014

    Former NSW Governor Dame Marie Bashir, Professor Ian Constable AO, Ken Coles AO and Emeritus Professor Frank Billson AO, along with ophthalmologists past and present, leading researchers, academics and industry stakeholders celebrated the 50th anniversary of... Read More

  4. A Window into the Brain and Body

    Dr. Dennis Lowe | 28 October 2014

    The eye is a unique window into the brain and body that provides vital insights we can use to better understand and treat disease. Saccadic eye movements – fast movements of the eye – are an excellent way to study the human motor system. Easily... Read More

  5. Macular Degeneration and Cataract Surgery

    Dr. Chandra Bala | 26 September 2014

    A trial being undertaken by Sydney eye surgery Personaleyes and two other eye surgeries around the world will assess the improvement in the quality of life achievable by implanting asymmetric refractive IOLs into the eyes of patients who have advanced ... Read More

  6. Advancing Cataract Surgery

    Dr. Michael Lawless | 23 August 2014

    By combining state-of-the-art technology with human expertise, surgeons continue to improve efficiencies and patient outcomes from cataract surgery. Changing demographics and improved access to health care around the world is resulting in an increase in... Read More

  7. New Approaches in Managing Corneal Disease

    Professor Rasik B Vajpayee | 29 July 2014

    The latest research into treatments for corneal disease highlights a promising new treatment for dry eye, positive long-term results for implantable collamer lens procedures and the surgical advantages of intraoperative anterior segment optical coherence... Read More

  8. A SMILE Like no Other

    Dane Moloney | 23 June 2014

    In this ever-evolving world of vision corrective surgery, it can be difficult to keep up with the plethora of refractive acronyms, let alone how the procedures themselves vary. So when a supposedly high-tech refractive treatment comes out that’s... Read More

  9. Advances in Refractive Surgery

    Professor Gerard Sutton | 23 June 2014

    While cataract surgery is very successful, the expectation of patients to be able to see well without glasses or contact lenses has raised the bar for surgeons. There is still room for improvement in refractive outcomes.  A comparison of current... Read More

  10. Paediatric Ophthalmology

    Clinical Associate Professor Geoffrey Lam | 15 May 2014

    Scientific breakthroughs in paediatric ophthalmology could save lives and improve the prospects for generations to come. Control for Recurrent Vitreous Retinoblastoma Seeding New research indicates that intravitreal melphalan injections used to treat... Read More

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