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...

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...

Screening of infants for ocular abnormalities

Preventing childhood visual impairment is a priority of the World Health Organisation’s “Vision 2020 - The Right to Sight” due to the high emotional, social...

Pathologic myopic and myopic choroidal neovascularisation

High myopia is commonly defined as a refractive error of at least -6 dioptres and/or an axial length of greater than 26.5mm. The term pathological myopia,...

Botulinum toxin in oculoplastics

Once touted as the most toxic poison known, Clostridium botulinum neurotoxin (BoNT) has revolutionised the treatment of a broad array of periocular diseases....

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