miophthalmology

  1. The Many Facets of Glaucoma

    Dr. Simon Skalicky and Clin A/Prof Andrew White | 28 February 2017

    Evolving research into glaucoma is improving diagnosis and management for our glaucoma patients. Significant advances in glaucoma detection and management during 2016 included new dietary advice, the use of Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography (OCT-A) for ... Read More

  2. Hylo: Preservative-free, Dry Eye Lubrication

    mivision | 28 February 2017

    Dry eye syndrome and glaucoma commonly occur together, with the long term treatment of glaucoma potentially being a cause of dry eye in patients. The Hylo range of eye drops provides long-lasting, preservative-free relief from dry eye for your glaucoma... Read More

  3. Retimax Electrophysiology

    mivision | 28 February 2017

    Retimax by CSO is an innovative technology using multi-focal ERG, PERG and VEP tests for improved detection of retinal diseases. Retimax identifies retinal dysfunctions within a 20-40 degree area in the retina structure at a very early stage, before... Read More

  4. Next Generation Glaucoma Diagnostics

      | 28 February 2017

    The Glaucoma Module Premium Edition provides a comprehensive analysis of the optic nerve head, retinal nerve fibre layer and ganglion cell layer, by precisely matching unique scan patterns to the fine anatomic structures relevant in glaucoma... Read More

  5. MIGS with ABiC iTrack

    mivision | 28 February 2017

    A challenge associated with the use of stent-based MIGS is that the location of increased aqueous outflow resistance is often unclear – when targeting a small area of the outflow system with stent-based MIGS there is a risk that the area of blockage... Read More

  6. A SMILE on Your Dial

    Drs. Gerard Sutton, Michael Lawless and Dean Corbe | 30 January 2017

    Newer refractive technologies, particularly laser refractive technologies, have sparked debate. However, it is necessary to consider the research and observations of the clinical outcomes. Patient satisfaction and safety are what it is really about. Laser... Read More

  7. OCT Angiography Module for Spectralis Now...

    mivision | 30 January 2017

    Heidelberg Engineering is now distributing the OCT Angiography Module to Spectralis customers in Australia.  The OCT Angiography Module can be added to new and existing upgradeable Spectralis devices with the OCT2 Module. The multimodal imaging platform... Read More

  8. Optos California Retinal Imaging Device

    mivision | 30 January 2017

    The Optos California device is designed for general ophthalmologists and vitreoretinal specialists.  According to Optos this is the first retinal imaging device to offer ultra-widefield indocyanine green (icg) angiography, in addition to colour,... Read More

  9. Cataract Surgery and IOLs: Where to Now?

    Dr. Dean Corbett | 29 January 2017

    The pipeline for ophthalmology is long and strong.1 Many of the techniques and devices we use now will inevitably be replaced by known – for example femtosecond laser-assisted cataract surgery – and yet to be known ideas and products that will... Read More

  10. The Genomic Medicine Revolution

    Associate Professor John Grigg | 25 November 2016

    The ability to accurately diagnose genetic ophthalmic conditions is critical to facilitating effective counselling, disease treatment and management. The genomic medicine revolution is providing answers for many families with inherited eye disease. The... Read More

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