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Myopia: a growing eye health problem

19th January 2018

The number of people suffering from myopia is increasing – it is now the fastest growing eye defect worldwide. Expected is that in 2050, half of the world population is short-sighted, which is five times | more

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Happy 2018!

1st January 2018

We wish all Green Club members a very happy, knowledgeable and professionally exciting 2018! In the coming weeks you can still expect some interesting videos from Dr Teifi James (eye care) and Dr Jan de | more


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Vitreoretinal surgery: Part 3

1st February 2018

This review examines some of the more common potential complications associated with pars plana vitrectomy (PPV), including their prevention and management. It is important for the practicing optometrist to have an awareness of the benefits | more

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Vitreoretinal surgery: Part 2

25th January 2018

Vitreoretinal surgery is a specialty that has rapidly progressed and continues to incorporate new technologies and techniques. The spectrum of vitreoretinal surgical indications has grown because of the increased availability of finer gauged instrumentation with | more

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Vitreoretinal surgery: Part 1

17th January 2018

Over the past 10 years, there has been a revolutionary shift towards small gauge vitrectomy or minimally invasive vitreous surgery, which has a number of advantages over older larger gauge techniques. It is very important | more