Which atropine dosage should I prescribe for myopia control?

The research information on using atropine for myopia control is evolving. Previous research indicated 0.01% atropine was best, but newer research says otherwise. In this clinical case, practitioners discuss treatment strategies, which are put in research context with clinical pearls for practice.

When to stop myopia control treatments

When to stop Myopia Control Treatments

Myopia control treatments can be tapered or stopped when it appears myopia progression is stabilizing.When should you stop myopia control treatments?

Thinking beyond myopia – managing the very high childhood myope

Children with more than 5-6D of myopia can require special consideration to ensure safe management of their ocular and systemic health. This clinical case details important aspects of care for the very high childhood myope: ophthalmology co-management, best optical corrections, parental education and eye health monitoring.

AAO2019 Part 2 – We Know What we Don’t Know

Welcome to Part 2 of the updates from the American Academy of Optometry 2019 Meeting. These updates all sprung from Mark Bullimore and Noel Brennan’s fantastic session entitled Twelve Evidence Based Things That We Should Know About Myopia.

IMC2019 Part 2 – Axial Lengths and Myopia Calculators

Welcome to Part 2 of 4 fabulous updates from the 2019 biannual International Myopia Conference! Read on for more about predicting axial length growth, refractive growth and translating statistics into real world progression. Mark and Noel’s latest research on understanding myopia control efficacy is described below.