A rare case of Mycobacterium chelonae keratitis

Case study: Mycobacterium chelonae keratitis following cataract surgeryBy Dr Lucy Lu, Dr Jennifer Court and Professor Charles McGhee* Here we present a...

NZ hosts the world of retina

The biennial Retina International World Congress was held for the first time in Auckland on the 10 and 11 February. With recent host cities including Taipei...

A unique way to sell more – tapping the 'pop-up' phenomena

Commerce has rapidly changed over the past decade and the optometry game is not immune. Today, many customers begin their eyewear search online rather...

ANZGS 2018

ANZGS 2018By Dr Graham Reeves*This was the first gathering of the group formerly known as ANZGIG, now the Australian and New Zealand Glaucoma Society (ANZGS),...

The power at our finger tips...

“Red sky in the morning, shepherds warning. Red sky at night, shepherds delight.” The Mavis Beacon Teaches Typing software had me type this over and over....

Should glaucoma patients avoid caffeine?

Should glaucoma patients avoid caffeine?

Too small for independent advice?

Many small business owners in the optical sector assume that company boards are for the big boys, yet the benefits of independent directors or advisors...

Research reviews: retinal detachment with macula-off, epiretinal membranes and anti-VEGF for DMO

Visual recovery after retinal detachment with macula-off: is surgery in the first 72h better? Frings A, Markau N, Katz T et alBritish Journal of Ophthalmology....

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