• CommunicationOcular disease imageAssessment of Visual Function

    No CET Points

    Physiology & Pathology - Ocular is one of the modules forming 'Part 1 Assessment' in DOCET's series 'The Ageing Eye' and is designed as a companion piece to 'Physiology & Pathology - Systemic'.

    This programme looks at the effects of ageing on a normal, healthy eye, including aspects of anatomy and visual performance. It also considers the identification, investigation and management of common ocular abnormalities that may be encountered in everyday practice. The programme features interviews with experts in the field and a wide range of clinical images.

    • References
      M Ozdemir and H Temizdemir. Age- and gender-related tear function changes in normal population - Eye (2010) 24, 79–83 
      Loewenfeld IE: “Simple, central” anisocoria: A common condition, seldom recognized. Trans Am Acad Ophthalmol, American Academy of Ophthalmology, San Francisco, 1977;82:832–839
      Vedamurthy I, Harrison WW, Liu Y, Cox I and  Schor CM. The Influence of First Near-Spectacle Reading Correction on Accommodation and Its Interaction with Convergence - Invest Ophthalmol Vis Sci. 2009 Sep;50(9):4215-22
      JS Pointer. The presbyopic add. II. Agerelated trend and a gender difference - Ophthalmic Physiol Opt.1995;15(4):241-148
      JS Pointer. Gender-related optical aspects of the onset of presbyopia - Ophthalmic Physiol Opt. 2002 Mar;22(2):126-9
      Weale R. A. (1963a) The Ageing Eye. Lewis, London 
      Garway-Heath D F, Wollstein G, Hitchings R A. Ageing changes of the optic nerve head in relation to open angle glaucoma. Br J Ophthalmol 1997;81:840-845
      Unit 1 - Introduction (~3 mins)Unit 3 - How the ageing eye performs (~10 mins)