Corneal transplant rejection: principles and clinical management

Corneal transplantation is the most common form of tissue transplant in New Zealand with more than 300 cases performed annually. As widely-known, the primary...

Glaucoma: beta blockers, optic disk size and OCT

Systemic medication associations with presumed advanced or uncontrolled POAG; A small disc area is a risk factor for visual field progression in POAG:...

Not everyone loves LASIK

It’s widely accepted that patients undergoing LASIK surgery are happy with the results, but the New York Times says that might not be the case. Based...

Preservatives in glaucoma drops

Switching to preservative-free tafluprost leads to an increase in tear film thickness (TFT), breakup time and an improvement in the dry eye-related quality-of-life...

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...

Beauty, frames and those bloomin’ dark circles

Can glasses cause dark circles around our eyes? That is the million-dollar question.

The changing landscape of employment law

Changes of government often see significant shifts in the employment law landscape in New Zealand and the election of the Labour-led government in late...

Slack times

Set wide the window. Let me drink the day.At the end of the last column I was standing on a scaffolding five metres from the ground, getting a fresh coat...

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