Glaucoma in Māori and Pacific peoples

Primary open angle glaucoma (POAG) is the most common form of glaucoma, with at least 80 million people affected globally1. However, the prevalence of...

LiGHT and Eagle: landmark glaucoma treatment studies

SLT versus eye drops for first-line treatment of ocular hypertension and glaucoma (LiGHT): a multicentre randomised controlled trial

The Royal Society dry eye study

In recent years there has been growing interest in the potential link between a number of modifiable lifestyle risk factors and the development of dry...

Effects of commercial eyelid cleansers on the ocular surface

Ocular demodex infestation is recognised to be an important cause of chronic blepharitis1 and a number of commercial anti-demodectic eyelid formulations...

Amniotic membrane in optometry practice for dry eye patients?

Amniotic membrane (amnion) is the innermost layer of the amniotic sac, which surrounds the baby during pregnancy1. Amniotic membrane has been considered...

Non-aqueous eye drops – friend or foe?

It is well recognised that tear film lipid layer instability is one of the hallmarks of evaporative dry eye disease (DED), yet most artificial tears are...

Lifestyle and stress linked to DED

The Auckland Dry Eye Epidemiology Study is a large population-based, multi-arm, cross-sectional study based at the Ocular Surface Laboratory (OSL) at the...

Adapting to the new ocular surface research landscape

Placement – Main intro piece, after short intro piece for Dry eye special feature p15-16. Please can you include the QR codes as per the article, and also...

Global survey on patient experience of DED

A study led by Professor James Wolffsohn from Aston University explored the patient-reported experience of DED in an international multi-centre survey1....

Managing DED with lipid and non-lipid eye drops

The mainstay therapy for dry eye disease (DED) is the use of artificial tear solutions to supplement the natural tear film1. The therapeutic landscape...

Dry eye disease research review

Self-reported symptoms of mask-associated dry eye

Concussion and brain injury

Vergence, accommodation and visual tracking in children and adolescents evaluated in a multidisciplinary concussion clinic Wiecek EK et al Vision Research. Volume...

68 articles found

Bottom Banner Advert