Comm Eye Health Vol. 19 No. 57 2006. Published online 01 March, 2006
What’s new at the back of the eye?
Among the causes of blindness, the share of chronic, age-related, non-communicable potentially blinding eye conditions is dramatically increasing. Attitudes of health care providers towards the preservation of visual health have modernised in many countries. What does all this mean for eye health care professionals – new challenges, new opportunities?
Articles in this issue –
- What’s new at the back of the eye?
- What’s new in age-related macular degeneration?
- Can we grow new retina?
- What will be new at the back of the eye in the year 2020?
- Back of the eye glossary
- Cochrane Eyes and Vision Group (CEVG) systematic review activity on posterior segment treatments
- How to prescribe spectacles for presbyopia
- An inexpensive tool for routine fundus examination at primary eye care centres
- Knowledge and attitude of general practitioners towards diabetic retinopathy practice in South India
- Getting over the histopathology barrier
- The importance of shielding the eye in referrals of ocular injuries