008 Dye the Eye – Part 02

In our latest presentation, Dye the Eye, we reach the second episode. Here we take your around ICG, IFCG, Trypan blue and Janus green. We talk about the applications of these dyes in Ophthalmology. Although not comprehensive since these dyes have many more uses, we have tried to do earnest justice to the topic. Happy listening.

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004 Spectacular Spectacles

Dear Listeners,

Spectacles. We reach our 4th episode today, on “Spectacular spectacles”. In this episode, we talk about different lens materials, frames etc. Do not forget that our major clientèle uses spectacles. Although an optometry topic, these are essential pearls for an Ophthalmologist.

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002 Axial Measures of the Eye

We are today ready with our second episode describing the axial measures of the eye with its applications. Listen or download or share the audio given below.

We are also underway to migrate to our own domain shortly with RSS feed and other fancies so that you don’t miss us. The podcasts have been submitted to itunes and alike. We will intimate you as soon as the links are out.

With regards,

The OphthoCast Team

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000 Welcome to OphthoCast

Welcome to the OphthoCast, the audio podcast channel dedicated to ophthalmology.

With today on 14th December 2015, we launch a series of audio interactions in the field of ophthalmology, targeted at students and residents alike. In due course we also plan to keep you abreast with the latest advancements in this field.
We will not call them classes or lectures for the reason that it will boring. An earnest attempt will be made to keep it interesting and simple.

We are starting with basic topics which if grasped at an early stage will widen your understanding of the subject.

These audios are in no way a replacement to your standard textbooks. We strive to be factually correct but to err is human. Keep us posted if you disagree with anything that has been said in these recordings. We would be happy to make amendments with due credits.

with regards,

OphthoCast Team

(Music credits – Scott_Holmes – Oceans_Apart)