Medical retina

Jo Waters asks what are the current grading charts optometrists can use, and how to make the most of them.

Podcast: In this episode of WebinarXtra, Daniel talks to Kate Powell MCOptom, who answers questions from her recent webinar on diabetic retinopathy.

Half of those with anterior uveitis carry the HLA-B27 antigen on their white blood cells. Kim Thomas explores the role this genetic association plays in eye disorders.

Ocular cancers are uncommon but serious. Thankfully, there are world-class specialist centres here in the UK. Carina Bailey looks into the service they provide.

A part of the ageing process or an indication of retinal tear or detachment? George Winter talks to experts about how patients presenting with flashes and floaters should be managed.

AI can give optometrists a head start in eye disease detection.

The clinical figures that count

What's happening in the world of technology?

This literature review aims to demonstrate that optometrists are well placed to use this technology in routine practice, in conjunction with measuring systemic BP.

An overview of the background and current treatment options available for the macular diseases retinal vein occlusion, diabetic macular oedema and age-related macular degeneration.

This article discusses a range of clinical scenarios selected to illustrate the role of medical investigations in dealing with patients with visual complaints.

The role of optometrist in the detection and management of AMD in the UK and Australia.