Telemedicine for ROPSaturday, May 1, 2021
Paediatric ophthalmologists share experiences and insights for success.
Treating +4.0 hyperopia?Thursday, April 1, 2021
For younger patients, LASIK, SMILE are top options
Preventing paediatric myopiaThursday, April 1, 2021
With an ever-growing worldwide burden, prevention and correction of myopia are essential.
Best options for myopiaThursday, April 1, 2021
Expanding the range of treatments for myopia in children
Editorial: Experts online – Ken NischalThursday, April 1, 2021
Webinars are useful for keeping specialists updated on hot topics
Alcohol-based hand sanitiser eye injuriesSunday, March 28, 2021
The height of the ABHS dispenser of stations found in public places is often at face level in children, and the risk of serious eye injury is compounded by lack of access to water for flushing the eye.
Transplantation for severe OSDMonday, March 1, 2021
Cultivated oral mucosal epithelial transplantation (COMET) is a very effective surgical modality that avoids graft rejection and complications when treating patients with severe ocular surface diseases
Anomalies in the optic nerveMonday, March 1, 2021
There are five important congenital hereditary and non-hereditary optic nerve anomalies that require early diagnosis in order to preserve and enhance vision
Amblyopia: a binocular disorderMonday, February 1, 2021
Computer games and other treatments employing a binocular approach may provide better outcomes than patching in terms of visual acuity of the affected eye, while also mildly enhancing stereoacuity and reducing interocular suppression in amblyopia patients
Infant aphakia treatmentMonday, February 1, 2021
The landmark infant aphakia treatment study (IATS) showed that aphakia is safe in very young infants