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2018

May 2018 special issue


The Royal College of Ophthalmologists is now celebrating its 30th year of operation. To mark the occasion, Eye has published a special edition comprising a series of review articles written by top experts in the field. A look at 30 years of progress in ophthalmology suggests that the future is bright!

 

2016

Making and viewing stereoscopic surgical videos with smartphones and virtual reality headset

K Gallagher, S Jain and N Okhravi

The video displays surgical steps of refixating a dislocated previously-sutured intraocular lens (IOL) in a closed-eye system with the simplified ab externo fixation technique.

 

Simplified ab externo fixation technique to treat late dislocation of scleral-sutured polymethyl methacrylate intraocular lenses

J Lyu and P-q Zhao

The video displays surgical steps of refixating a dislocated previously-sutured intraocular lens (IOL) in a closed-eye system with the simplified ab externo fixation technique.

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2015

Bimodal in vivo imaging provides early assessment of stem-cell-based photoreceptor engraftment

C R J Laver, A L Metcalfe, L Szczygiel, A Yanai, M V Sarunic and K Gregory-Evans

OCT B-scan fly-through - a component of bimodal (OCT-fcSLO) in vivo imaging - of a hESC-derived PPC subretinal graft recipient at 15 days post-transplant. Notably, vitreal aggregates are localized atop the graft site, an indicator of host-site inflammation.

Four quadrant sclerotomies for uveal effusion syndrome

B Z Wang, B Clark, P McKelvie, B J Matthews, R G Buttery and A Chandra

Intraoperative video showing the creation of sclerotomies.

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2014

Double port injector device to reduce endothelial damage in DMEK

F Arnalich-Montiel, F J Muñoz-Negrete and M P De Miguel

Video demonstrating proper use of the double port injector.

Real-time visualisation of anaesthetic fluid localisation following incisionless sub-Tenon block

S Lin, R H Ling and K G Allman

Video 1: Minimally invasive incisionless sub-Tenon's anaesthetic technique. Following instillation of topical anaesthetic and insertion of a phaco speculum, a small tent of conjunctiva is elevated using Moorfield’s forceps in the inferior medial quadrant 3–5 mm from the limbus. Without making any prior incision, the 'pencil point' sub-Tenon cannula is inserted directly through the conjunctiva and into the sub-Tenon's space

Video 2: B-scan ultrasonography of the globe and posterior sub-Tenon’s space during administration of sub-Tenon’s anaesthesia by the incisionless technique. The anaesthetic fluid was visualised on ultrasonography as a dark outline tracking behind the globe in the retrobulbar space (a crescentic echo-free void). The fluid then surrounded the optic nerve, developing the characteristic 'T' sign around the optic nerve.

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2013

Bimanual anterior segment revision surgery for anterior capsule contraction syndrome associated with anterior flexion of intraocular lens haptics

M Zinkernagel, A Papazoglou and C K Patel

Bimanual anterior capsulotomy for ACCS. The anterior chamber is stabilized with an AC maintainer and two paracenteses are performed at the 10 and 2 o’clock position. The anterior capsule is opened with the 20 G MVR blade and a bimanual capsulectomy is performed. Because of the severe flexion of the IOL haptics into the visual axis a haptic amputation is performed, following by removal of residual viscoelastic.

Capsular blockage syndrome in a child: a case report

A Medsinge and K K Nischal

Surgical video demonstrating the removal of anterior membrane which has no effect on the anterior chamber depth. Pars plana posterior membranectomy results in rapid egress of the bag contents (clear fluid) with immediate deepening of anterior chamber, suggestive of capsular blockage syndrome. Anterior vitrectomy is done and intravitreal Triamcinolone is given.

Robot-assisted intraocular surgery: development of the IRISS and feasibility studies in an animal model

E Rahimy, J Wilson, T-C Tsao, S Schwartz and J-P Hubschman

Video 1 & 2: Anterior capsulorhexis
Four consecutive capsulorhexis attempts were created successfully using the IRISS.

Video 3: Removal of lens cortical material via I/A mode was successfully performed using the IRISS in four consecutive instances.

Video 4: Targeted retinal vessels had an inner diameter of 200 μm. The simulation of the microcannulation was achieved successfully in four consecutive cases

Characteristics of intrachoroidal cavitation located temporal to optic disc in highly myopic eyes

K Ohno-Matsui, N Shimada, M Akiba, M Moriyama, T Ishibashi and T Tokoro

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2012

Deep sclerectomy in pediatric glaucoma filtering surgery

N H L Bayoumi

Supplementary Video 1 CCTM Procedure

Supplementary Video 2 CTTM-DS Procedure

Surgical approaches to posterior polar cataract: a review

A R Vasavada, S M Raj, V Vasavada and S Shrivastav

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2011

Evaluation of supporting role of a foldable capsular vitreous body with magnetic resonance imaging in the treatment of severe retinal detachment in human eyes

R Zhang, T Wang, C Xie, X Lin, Z Jiang, Z Wang, Y Liu, Y Luo, C Long, L He, P Wang and Q Gao

Implantation of FCVB in case 6. This patient suffered from penetrating eye injury, and failed to receive silicone oil tamponade. A standard three-port pars plana vitrectomy was performed. After scleral incisions of 3×1 mm were made, the FCVB was triple-folded and sent into the vitreous cavity without air-fluid exchange. Some 4.0 ml BSS was injected into the capsule to support the retina through the valve, and the tube was subsequently fixed onto the scleral surface.

Diagnosis of fungal keratitis by in vivo confocal microscopy: a case report

A Labbé, E Gabison, I Cochereau and C Baudouin

IVCM images (Heidelberg Retina Tomograph 3—Rostock Cornea Module, Heidelberg Engineering, Heidelberg, Germany) of the left eye shoW hyper-reflective, thin, and branching interlocking linear structures in the stroma, 5–7μm in width and 200–400μm in length, possibly corresponding to filamentous fungi.


Royal College of Ophthalmologists Annual Congress 2013

PRESIDENT’S SESSION: 25 YEARS OF PROGRESS

Professor Harminder Dua, President of the Royal College of Ophthalmologists chaired a special session to celebrate the 25th Anniversary of the college. The session looked at 25 years of progress in a number of sub-specialities and featured a range of expert faculty.

Speakers:
Cataract Surgery: Professor David Spalton, St Thomas’s Hospital, London, UK
Medical Retina: Professor Jon Gibson, Birmingham Heartlands Hospital, UK
Vitreoretinal Surgery: Dr Bill Aylward, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK
Surgical Training: Mr Larry Benjamin, Stoke Mandeville Hospital, UK


Speakers:
Glaucoma Management: Professor Peng Khaw, Institute of Ophthalmology and Moorfields Eye Hospital, London
Refractive Surgery: Professor Dimitri Azar, University of Illinois Eye and Ear Infirmary, Chicago, USA
Ocular Inflammation: Professor Andrew Dick, Bristol Eye Hospital, UK
Oculoplastics: Mr Geoff Rose, Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, UK

EYE: MEET THE EDITOR

Editor in Chief of Eye, Professor Andrew Lotery, and members of the editorial team present a special session. Advice, tips and guidance are given to help authors publish in scientific journals.

Speakers:
The Editorial Process: Professor Andrew Lotery, Southampton Eye Unit, UK
How to Write a Paper: Miss Sobha Sivaprasad, Moorfields Hospital and King’s College London, UK
What a Reviewer Looks for in a Paper: Mr Nigel Hall, Royal Hampshire County Hospital, UK

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