Low vision

Childhood visual impairment has implications for many aspects of the child’s development, including education and social interactions.

This review identifies risk factors and highlights the demographic and socioeconomic drives for falls reduction strategies.

This research identified the most pressing unanswered questions about the prevention, diagnosis and treatment of sight loss and eye conditions.

Boost your knowledge and understanding of this essential tool.

Clinicians should be aware of the impact of eye disease on the person as a whole.

Emerging evidence suggests that about one-third of people with a visual impairment which would benefit from a magnifier have significant depressive symptoms.

How the Welsh Low Vision Service works to ensure everyone needing low-vision rehabilitation in Wales can access an effective service in a local optometry practice.

Subjects covered include: Intraocular lenses, visual fields,consent, the Welsh Low Vision Service and contact lens manufacture.

Articles cover: Low vision; HES case studies, a community ophthalmic service for the management of paediatric refractive eye problems; glaucoma co-management; contact lens devices in the management of corneal and ocular surface disease; and extended roles in hospital optometry.

A review the provision of current services and the proposals for change.

Innovative help for a patient with retinitis pigmentosa suffering from disability and discomfort glare.

The prevalence, clinical characteristics, pathogenesis and management of CBS.