Prof Giovanni Staurenghi
Synopsis: OCT angiography is a new tool for making differential diagnosis in retinal and cho- roidal diseases. The goal of this presentation is to describe the instruments and the possible differences in the images.
Structured clinical proforma to reduce delay of initial treatment for cases of suspected endophthalmitis
What is multi-source feedback and how does it apply to Medical Board of Australia’s professional performance framework: Implications for CPD
Xen-related aqueous misdirection: Case report
PREVALENCE OF DERMATOCHALASIS IN HEALTHY YOUNG ADULTS: THE RAINE EYE HEALTH STUDY
THE CLINICAL USE OF TOPICAL HYPERTONIC SALINE EYE DROPS IN A TERTIARY REFERRAL EYE CARE CENTRE IN SYDNEY, AUSTRALIA
Efficacy and safety of intravitreal pegcetacoplan in geographic atrophy: Results from the phase 3 DERBY and OAKS trials
Real-world outcomes of a novel presbyopia- correcting intraocular lens with a non-diffractive design implanted in patients with altered ocular surface (EVOLVE study)
Improving Eye Health for Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander Peoples – Equity in Everyday Ophthalmic Practice
Trabeculectomy vs. Xen or Innfocus: which will be the winner?
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