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Decentration of more than 0.6 mm from the kappa intercept during small incision lenticule extraction (SMILE) may result in impaired visual outcomes after operation, a new retrospective noncomparative study shows.
4 days ago
Saccadic eye movements are different in patients with primary open-angle glaucoma (POAG) without glaucomatous visual field loss, a new study shows.
5 days ago
Maximal levator resection is effective in correcting congenital ptosis even in patients with poor levator function, according to a recent study. The procedure delivers improved cosmesis, a more natural lid contour and avoids brow scars.
11 days ago
A large proportion of patients with dry eye disease (DED) may experience some degree of ocular pain, and the severity of such pain correlates with nonocular factors such as antidepressant medication use rather than with clinical signs of DED, a study has shown.
12 days ago
The parameters of simultaneity window in patients with unilateral amblyopia are affected by disease severity, aetiology and foveal suppression status, a new study shows.
17 days ago
Young patients and cases with involvement of macula must be given special attention, considering metamorphopsia, which can be predicted by the postoperative presence of subretinal fluid (SRF) and disrupted external limiting membrane (ELM) line, suggests a recent study.
20 days ago
There appears to be a high incidence of infectious keratitis after photorefractive keratectomy (PRK) in patients with laser vision correction (LVC), although the overall risk after any LVC procedure is very low, according to a study.
Special Reports
31 Jan 2017
At the recent Alcon launch symposium of Systane® Hydration in Kuala Lumpur, three prominent speakers shared their experiences on the management of ocular dryness and highlighted the role of the new therapy.
10 Nov 2016
The 2016 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) was held in Chicago, USA, from 15−18 October 2016. A panel of renowned international clinicians in the field of ophthalmology contributed the articles for the Eye on AAO 2016 e-Bulletins, which feature conference highlights, reviews of hot topics discussed at the meeting, Asian and clinical relevance of few of the important topics.
24 Oct 2016
At the 7th Annual Congress of the Malaysian Endocrine & Metabolic Society (MAC7), Professor Dr Chan Siew Pheng and Dr Gavin Tan spoke on the recent evidence to improve residual CV risk and DR respectively, in type 2 diabetes mellitus (T2DM). Highlights of their presentations are summarized below.
07 Apr 2016
In conjunction with World Glaucoma Week, MIMS Doctor brings you highlights of recent discoveries in glaucoma research, with topics ranging from stem cell manipulation to the physics of pancake making. 
02 Dec 2015
Eye on AAO 2015 is a series of daily e-Bulletins from the 2015 Annual Meeting of the American Academy of Ophthalmology which took place in Las Vegas, USA from 14–17 November 2015. These e-Bulletins feature reviews and opinions of presentations and workshops by an international panel of renowned clinicians in ophthalmology.

We hope you find the bulletins interesting and informative, adding to your knowledge of advances in ophthalmology, and supportive of your clinical practice endeavours. You can download copies of the e-Bulletins from this page.