Prof Minas T Coroneo
Management of ocular surface squamous neoplasia(OSSN), the most common non-pigmented tumor ofthe ocular surface, is problematic because of the pro-pensity for the condition to recur after surgical exci-sion. This is due in part to its multifocality and theclinical invisibility of disease extent. Traditional man-agement involves excision with a no-touch techniquebut even with clear margins on pathology specimens,high recurrences rates have been reported.Local pharmacological intervention in recent years hasprovided choice as to how to manage this disease.Newer treatments will be reviewed and compared withconventional treatment.
Efficacy and safety of intravitreal pegcetacoplan in geographic atrophy: Results from the phase 3 DERBY and OAKS trials
A cost-effectiveness analysis of AcrySof IQ vivity intraocular lens from private health fund perspective in Australia
Impact of COVID-19 pandemic on ophthalmic presentations to an Australian outer metropolitan and rural emergency department