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  • 14th EGS Residents' Course

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  • 14th EGS Congress

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  • 14th EGS Residents' Course

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Education

  • Tip of the Month
    When intraocular pressure lowering does not halt visual field progression in an eye which has classic features of glaucoma (glaucoma cupping, retinal nerve fiber loss and normal visual acuity and colour vision), a diagnosis of compressive optic neuropathy should be considered. While disc pallor is recognised to be a sign of potential ominous disease, it should be appreciated that in the early stages of compressive optic neuropathy, the disc may maintain its normal colour
    December 2019
  • Journal Club Clinical
    Human versus Machine: Comparing a Deep Learning Algorithm to Human Gradings for Detecting Glaucoma on Fundus Photographs
    December 2019
  • Journal Club Experimental
    Impairment of Membrane Repolarization Accompanies Axon Transport Deficits in Glaucoma
    December 2019
  • Tip of the Month
    When intraocular pressure lowering does not halt visual field progression in an eye which has classic features of glaucoma (glaucoma cupping, retinal nerve fiber loss and normal visual acuity and colour vision), a diagnosis of compressive optic neuropathy should be considered. While disc pallor is recognised to be a sign of potential ominous disease, it should be appreciated that in the early stages of compressive optic neuropathy, the disc may maintain its normal colour
    December 2019


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