Victorian RANZCO meeting Vision Eye Institute’s Dr Uday Bhatt recently presented at the Royal Australian and New Zealand College of Ophthalmologists (RANZCO) Victorian Branch Annual Conference. Speaking in front of his fellow peers, he discussed the principles and practice of using trifocal intraocular lenses in cataract surgery. […]
Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology 2017 Dr Patrick Versace was invited to speak at the recent Asia-Pacific Academy of Ophthalmology (APAO) 2017 Congress held in Singapore. This event was co-organised with the International Council of Ophthalmology and gathered top international specialists in ophthalmology to share their expertise and experience with clinicians, eye surgeons and researchers from the Asia-Pacific region […]
What you need to know about cataract surgery The March 2017 edition of Medibank’s Be magazine features an article by Dr Uday Bhatt on cataracts, cataract surgery and whether you can get rid of your reading glasses.
Cataracts & Surgery – Who, When and Why In this short video, Dr Michael Lawless discusses cataracts, when to consider cataract surgery and choosing the most appropriate intraocular lens option.
Barber Surgery and Ophthalmology: Practising in the 16th Century What do needles and thread, spoons, cups and ropes have to do with eye surgery? Dr Joe Reich shares some fascinating insights into the early origins of ophthalmology in this mivision article.
A SMILE on Your Dial Drs Gerard Sutton and Michael Lawless weigh in on the debate over the newer laser refractive technologies, including SMILE, in this mivision article.
RANZCO Congress – Where Innovation & Culture Meet Drs Uday Bhatt and Christolyn Raj shared their highlights from the recent RANZCO Annual Congress in Melbourne for this mivision article.
Femtosecond laser use shows very low rate of capsule tears In this Ophthalmology Times article, Dr Tim Roberts discusses the low rate of capsule tears when performing femtosecond laser cataract surgery (FLACS) and shares his tips for reducing the risk of a tear.
Keep your eyes on the ball Expert tips for keeping your eyes safe this Christmas Ah, the good old game of backyard cricket – it’s an Aussie tradition on Christmas day. A rite of passage where kids dream of what may be and adults dream of what might have been. Backyard cricket may not be […]