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Eye to Eye: An Ophthalmology Podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists

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Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology. Continue Reading >>
Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology. << Show Less
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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Can handheld OCT transform our understanding of eye diseases in children? In this episode we speak with Sohaib Rufai, an NIHR Doctoral Fellow and Academic Ophthalmology Registrar, about his work in Leicester and Great Ormond Street Hospital using handheld OCT in children with rare disease.

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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Can handheld OCT transform our understanding of eye diseases in children? In this episode we speak with Sohaib Rufai, an NIHR Doctoral Fellow and Academic Ophthalmology Registrar, about his work in Leicester and Great Ormond Street Hospital using handheld OCT in children with rare disease.

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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How can assistive technology help patients with visual impairment? In this episode we speak with Julian Jackson, the founder of an independent social enterprise called Vision Bridge and a patient with Retinitis Pigmentosa himself. We spoke about his work and the technology that already exists that can have a profound impact to support the lives of patients with visual impairment.

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The MOLES score: a system for risk stratifying choroidal lesions In this episode we speak with Ocular Oncologist and Consultant Ophthalmologist Bertil Damato and A&E Service Director, deputy director of education and Consultant Ophthalmologist Gordon Hay both from Moorfields about the MOLES system; a scoring system used to risk stratify choroidal lesions. We speak about how the system was conceived and developed as well as the Moorfields experience of implementing this with a digital referrals system.

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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How to write a text book In this episode we speak with Venki Sundaram, a Consultant Ophthalmologist working at the Luton & Dunstable University Hospital. We talk about the journey he took in creating and curating the well known textbook 'Training in Ophthalmology' as well as tips and suggestions for those who might want to write their own book in the future.

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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How to reduce the risk of endophthalmitis in patients attending for intravitreal injections In this episode we speak with Quresh Mohamed, a Consultant Ophthalmologist from Cheltenham. We discuss his paper entitled, 'Post-injection endophthalmitis rates with reduced povidone-iodine prophylaxis in patients with self-reported iodine sensitivity'.


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How common is hypotony after deep sclerectomy? In this episode with speak with Alessandro Rabiolo, a glaucoma fellow at Moorfields Eye Hospital about his recent paper, 'Hypotony-associated Complications after Deep Sclerectomy: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Long-Term Outcomes’. In addition to his paper, we discuss what exactly deep sclerectomy is, how it differs from trabeculectomy and how to treat hypotony.

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Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How common is hypotony after deep sclerectomy? In this episode with speak with Alessandro Rabiolo, a glaucoma fellow at Moorfields Eye Hospital about his recent paper, 'Hypotony-associated Complications after Deep Sclerectomy: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Long-Term Outcomes’. In addition to his paper, we discuss what exactly deep sclerectomy is, how it differs from trabeculectomy and how to treat hypotony.

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Eye to Eye Podcast: How common is hypotony after deep sclerectomy? In this episode we speak with Alessandro Rabiolo, a glaucoma Fellow at Moorfields Eye Hospital about his recent paper, 'Hypotony-associated Complications after Deep Sclerectomy: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Long-Term Outcomes’. In addition to his paper, we discuss what exactly deep sclerectomy is, how it differs from trabeculectomy and how to treat hypotony.

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Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology - a conversation with Pearse Keane In this episode we speak with Pearse Keane, a leader in AI within Ophthalmology and a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital. We talked about the differences between self-driving cars and Ophthalmology when it comes to machine learning. We took a deep dive into what the future might hold for the real world application of AI in our specialty and what the barriers might be.

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