CSCR describes a condition where pockets of fluid collect under the retina (the photographic film in the camera in the back of the eye that lets you see). Accumulation of fluid in this space can disrupt vision and cause blurring in the affected eye.
Diabetes is a major worldwide health concern affecting almost 10% of the adult population and continuing to rise. People with diabetes often have disease in the eye called diabetic retinopathy (DR).Diabetic retinopathy is the most frequent complication of diabetes and occurs due to prolonged periods
Age-related Macular Degeneration (ARMD) is the leading cause of legal blindness in patients over the age of 50, with about 1 in 7 Australians in this age group displaying some signs of the disease. The macula is the very small area at the centre of
Dry eye is an extremely common condition characterised by the lack of adequate lubrication of the eyes. Tears play an integral role in lubricating and nourishingthe outer surface and clear window of the eyeknown as the cornea. Tears are composed of water, fatty oils and