Low vision

Dr Flors Viñuela-Navarro PhD MCOptom and Dr Francisco Viñuela-Rodriguez FAAO discuss the abnormalities of a pituitary tumour and the diagnosis of such space-occupying lesions.

Dr Keziah Latham, the low vision specialist, discusses how teaching, research and clinical practice are interlinked.

Prashant Shah MCOptom PGDipOphth DipClinOptom examines the case of a patient presenting with a homonymous visual field defect eventually diagnosed as a grade 4 brain tumour.

Dr David Robert Grimes looks at the eye health issues that are making the news.

Smartphone and tablet vision tests are widely used by optometrists and patients in the US, while robust legislation prevents their use in the UK. But will this always be the case? Carolyn Scott looks for answers.

A glance at what’s happening in the world of technology.

Dr David Robert Grimes looks at the eye health issues that are making the news.

Visual impairment is common after a stroke, but optometrists can help patients rehabilitate optically and by recommending effective online therapies, writes John Windell.

The average age of those with symptoms of posterior cortical atrophy is 58. Kathy Oxtoby asks how optometrists can spot the signs.

Clinical Editor Kieran Loft MCOptom and Consultant Neuro-ophthalmologist James Benzimra FRCOphth discuss a case of toxic nutritional optic neuropathy.

Acuity looks at the importance of early diagnosis of keratoconus, and how you can help signpost towards effective treatment and manage the patient over the long term.

The clinical figures that count.