McGhee honoured in Top 100

New Zealand Professor Charles McGhee has been named as one of the Top 100 most influential people in ophthalmology today.

Sharing best practice in electrodiagnosis

On 13th May, following the RANZCO NZ Branch meeting, the first ever New Zealand ophthalmic electrodiagnostic seminar was held in Auckland at the Greenlane...

Irlen: for or against?

In April, the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) issued a statement claiming that there was no scientific evidence for...

Eyeball piercing causes a stir

An ophthalmologist has caused a mini media storm by filming himself implanting a platinum piece of jewellery into a patient's eyeball. According to...

Australia funds macular action plan

The Australian government will provide funding for the development of a national action plan to better support patients with macular disease, the leading...

New IOL allows post-op fine-tuning

Doctors have successfully implanted IOL technology that is designed to maintain an open capsule long-term after cataract surgery and enable refractive...

New floppy eye treatment

Researchers at Queensland Eye Institute (QEI) have developed a new treatment for floppy eyelid syndrome (FES), a condition related to obstructive sleep...

Butterfly-inspired nano implants

Inspired by tiny nanostructures on transparent butterfly wings, engineers at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech) have developed a synthetic...

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