Helping out in Fiji

Working with the Fred Hollows Foundation, Specsavers optometrists Ian Russell and Megan Glover from New Zealand and Australian graduate optometrists Tiffani...

Stars and their eyes… Andrea Bocelli

Much loved and celebrated tenor, Andrea Bocelli, is famously blind but perhaps less-known is that Bocelli suffered from congenital glaucoma from a very...

MIGS, life-threatening diagnoses and trials

Auckland Eye’s North Shore Insight seminar got off to great start with attendees being asked to set up their phones so they could take part in a live quiz...

Book review – Atlas of Retinal OCT, 1st edition

By Darin Goldman, Nadia Waheed and Jay Duker , Reviewed by Dr Narme Deva The Atlas of Retinal OCT: Optical Coherence Tomography by Darin Goldman et...

Stars and their eyes...Venus Williams

Tennis champion Venus Williams was diagnosed with Sjögren's syndrome in 2011, causing her tennis career to almost grind to a halt. After a rough season...

Eye Institute: identifying dangers

Eye Institute’s May seminar was a busy, collegial affair with many Auckland-based optometrists making the most of the delicious refreshment-fuelled opportunity...

Case study: orbital cellulitis

Orbital cellulitis is an uncommon but serious ophthalmic emergency that is potentially sight threatening. In Australasia, community-acquired methicillin-resistant...

Low-dose atropine for myopia control?

All myopia is associated with an increased risk of sight-threatening conditions such as retinal detachment (RD) and myopic maculopathy (MM), with the risk...

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