013 – The Pregnant Eye – Ophthocast

We have successfully completed ONE year of uptime. Marking this achievement, we present to you a fresh episode, The Pregnant Eye. Here we describe the ocular changes occurring in the eye. Pregnancy is a physiological condition with a myriad of body changes. The eye is no exception. Starting from the conjunctiva to the optic nerve, every part is effected. It is easier to understand these changes if you  correlate the body changes with the ocular changes.

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011 Pupils Part 01

After a short while, we are back with our new episode. This episode is on ‘Pupils’. The pupils gives us a lot of ground to cover. Apart from ophthalmology enthusiasts, this talk will be relevant for other branches as well. Due to the vastness of the topic, we have split the talk into two parts. Here you will find the first part. In this first part, we cover the afferents and the parasympathetic efferents. Part Two will be up shortly. Happy listening.

 

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010 Anomalies of Accommodation

In this fresh episode, we are rejuvenated with over 1000 listeners for our podcast. As a continuation to our previous episode, we present to you ‘Anomalies of Accommodation’. Here we talk about various defects of accommodation and its management. Listening to our previous episode on Accommodation and even older one on Spectacles will help you assimilate this talk better. The speaker tries to cover all aspects of management, surgical as well as non-surgical briefly. Thanking you all for your valuable time and interest.

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009 Accommodation

In this episode, the mechanism of Accommodation in a human eye is explained. With the anatomy and neurology of near vision, the attempt is at a comprehensive coverage of the topic of Accommodation. The topic is very vast and requires a thorough understanding of various mechanisms which goes into the accommodative process. We also deal with the concepts of depth of field and near reflex.

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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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007 Dye the Eye – Part 01

In our latest presentation, ‘Dye the Eye’, we take you through the different dyes that we use in Ophthalmology. So much that all of them cannot be covered in a single episode. So we broke it down into multiple episodes. In the first part we cover Fluorescein, the most commonly used dye. Stay tuned for the next part. Happy listening.

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006 Dr Hans Goldmann & Tonometry

In the 6th episode of OphthoCast, we talk about the Goldmann applanation tonometry. We describe to you, the steps of measurement of Intraocular Pressure, sorry, Intraocular Tension. Here we describe the calibration and also the history of its designer, Dr Hans Goldmann. Hope you find it interesting.

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005 Keratometry

In the wake of 2016, we now present to you our latest episode, Keratometry. There are many ways to measure the corneal power but none perfect till date. Why? We try to give you a glimpse here.

After a brief gap to rest and recoup from the New Year celebrations, we come back to bring to you the fresh new episode. Also, we have crossed the mark of 700 listeners till date. Thank you all for making this venture a success and happy listening.

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004 Spectacular Spectacles

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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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003 Marc Amsler & Amsler & Amsler

Marc Amsler & Amsler & Amsler. In this third episode of our talks on ophthalmology, we get introduced to Dr Marc Amsler. We follow his findings to explore certain aspects in ophthalmology and we take you there. We talk about Amsler’s grid and Amsler’s sign.

 

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