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The Mind's Eye Podcast

A podcast about neuro-ophthalmology: tips and tricks for neurologists, ophthalmologists and other physicians.

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Ep-10 Unusual, rare and functional eye movement disorders with Dr Neil Shuey.

In this tenth episode of the Mind's Eye podcast, Dr Neil Shuey provides an overview and key points from his talk on Functional eye movement disorders and other rare motility disorders that was given at the 2018 NOSA Neurovision weekend. We discuss voluntary nystagmus, ocular flutter/opsoclonus, convergence spasm, convergence retraction nystagmus, superior oblique myokymia, and a few other rare and interesting conditions.


2 Oct 2018

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Ep 9 -NOSA 2018 Update on IIH with Mr Tim Matthews

We are pleased to be discussing the results of the IIHTT, the use if acetazolamide and the role of weight loss in the management of IIH with world expert, Mr Tim Matthews. Mr Tim Matthews is the Clinical Lead for Ophthalmology and Neuro-ophthalmology at University Hospital Birmingham. He is passionate about teaching and has contributed greatly to neuro-ophthalmology in Australia over many years.


16 Sep 2018

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Ep 8- NOSA 2018. Basic visual electrophysiology with Prof Graham Holder

You will need to adjust your volume for this one! in this episode, we are recording from the NOSA 2018 meeting in Melbourne. Our hosts, Dr Anneke van der Walt and Dr Neil Shuey are joined by Professor Graham Holder. Prof Holder discusses the basic concepts of visual electrophysiology and provides valuable insights into differentiating optic neuropathies from maculopathies. Prof. Holder is the Hong Leong Professor at the University of Singapore having been the Director of Electrophysiology at Moorfields Eye Hospital in London for many years.


16 Sep 2018

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Ep 7- NOSA 2018 Thyroid Eye Disease Update with Prof Prem Subramanian

We are back after a very long hiatus! Join Dr Anneke van der Walt and Dr Neil Shuey with their guest, Prof Prem Subramanian. Prof Subramanian presented a number of talks at the NOSA 2018 conference. In this podcast, he speaks about medical and surgical therapy if thyroid ophthalmopathy, expanding on currently available options and possible future treatments. Prof Subramanian is the Professor of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Ophthalmology at the UC Health Sue Anschutz Rodgers Eye Center/Dept of Ophthalmology at the University of Colorado.


14 Sep 2018

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Ep 5- NOSA 2017- Nancy Newman And Valérie Biousse-Leber's Hereditary Optic Neuropathy And IIH update

Dr Anneke van der Walt and Dr Neil Shuey interviews Professors Nancy Newman and Valérie Biousse from the Emory University School of Medicine, Atlanta, Georgia, USA. Both Professors are known for their love of teaching, their extensive research profiles in neuro-ophthalmology, and, of course, for editing Walsh and Hoyt's Clinical Neuro-Ophthalmology textbook. Professor Newman discusses key points from her talk on Leber's hereditary optic neuropathy. Professor Biousse provides an update and key management prinicipals on idiopathic intracranial hypertension.


15 Sep 2017

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