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Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology.

Eye to Eye: An Ophthalmology Podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists RCOphth

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Eye to Eye is an ophthalmology podcast from the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.

This podcast is presented by trainee Ophthalmologist, Sunil Mamtora; featuring up-to-date news and advice from the RCOphth, interviews with the researchers and clinicians behind the latest literature and clinical updates from the world of ophthalmology.

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How common is hypotony after deep sclerectomy?

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How common is hypotony after deep sclerectomy?

    In this episode with speak with Alessandro Rabiolo, a glaucoma fellow from Cheltenham about his recent paper, 'Hypotony-associated Complications after Deep Sclerectomy: Incidence, Risk Factors, and Long-Term Outcomes’. In addition to his paper, we discuss what exactly deep sclerectomy is, how it differs from trabeculectomy and how to treat hypotony.


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    • 25 min
    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology - a conversation with Pearse Keane

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Artificial Intelligence in Ophthalmology - a conversation with Pearse Keane

    In this episode we speak with Pearse Keane, a leader in AI within Ophthalmology and a Consultant Ophthalmologist at Moorfields Eye Hospital. We talked about the differences between self-driving cars and Ophthalmology when it comes to machine learning. We took a deep dive into what the future might hold for the real world application of AI in our specialty and what the barriers might be.

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    • 33 min
    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: A day in the life of a high volume cataract surgeon with pearls for success from Neto Rosatelli

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: A day in the life of a high volume cataract surgeon with pearls for success from Neto Rosatelli

    In this episode we speak with Neto Rosatelli, a cataract surgeon and YouTube channel host from Brazil. He shares his experiences in Ophthalmology, including his journey of becoming a high volume cataract surgeon and provides advice for junior ophthalmologists on how to develop surgical skills and efficiency. Neto will be speaking at the 2021 College Congress at the OTG forum.


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    • 40 min
    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Are we under diagnosing glaucoma in patients with wet-AMD?

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: Are we under diagnosing glaucoma in patients with wet-AMD?

    In this episode with speak with David Ramsey, an Ophthalmologist from the Lahey Hospital & Medical Center, Beth Israel Lahey Health, in Massachusetts, USA. We speak about his recent paper, 'Underdiagnosis of glaucoma in patients with exudative age-related macular degeneration’ and discuss whether there is a link between glaucoma and wet-AMD and why that may be.


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    • 25 min
    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How technology is going to change surgical training in Ophthalmology as we know it

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How technology is going to change surgical training in Ophthalmology as we know it

    In this episode we speak with Abison Logeswaran, a Topol Digital Fellow and Registrar at Moorfields Eye Hospital and George Saleh, a Consultant Ophthalmologist and the Director of Simulation Training at Moorfields Eye Hospital. We discuss technology, specifically immersive technologies including augmented and virtual reality and how these will shape the future of surgical training in our specialty.


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    • 37 min
    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How to succeed in your CESR application

    Eye to Eye Ophthalmology: How to succeed in your CESR application

    In this episode we speak with Mr Soupramanien Sandramouli, a Consultant Ophthalmologist in Wolverhampton and the previous CESR lead at the college. Mr Sandramouli shares his experiences and advice on how to succeed when preparing a CESR application and the common mistakes to be avoided.


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    • 28 min

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