Seeing vs perceiving

What every eye care practitioner should know about visual-perceptual processing problems. In the world of optics, what an individual sees is of utmost...

Iris melanoma: a review

Iris naevi are common, making up to 63% of melanocytic iris tumours found in adults1. In contrast, iris melanomas are rare, making up only 2-8% of all...

Myths, mysteries and eye protection

If you had to choose to keep one of your five senses, which one would it be? A recent survey found most people indicated their vision was the most valuable...

Review of Ophthalmology (third edition) and Case Reviews of Ophthalmology (second edition)

The Review of Ophthalmology, third edition, by Drs Neil Friedman, Peter Kaiser and William Trattler, has quickly become one of my favourite textbooks....

Getting down to business

Practice Managers from New Zealand and Australia gathered together for their annual meeting, held as part and in parallel to the 49th RANZCO Congress....

RANZCO 2017: A wealth of learning and fun

The stunning expanse of Western Australia was visible from the plane window as we descended into the tranquil city of Perth at the end of October to join...

From little things, big things grow

Versatility and collegiality were celebrated at this year’s Australian Ophthalmic Nurses Association – Western Australia (AONAWA) meeting, held adjunct...

Update on scleritis

Scleritis is inflammation of the sclera and deep episcleral vessels. It typically presents with a deep aching pain, not responding to simple analgesia...

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