InFocus News & Blog

Recent news from our team, resources for general eye health, and information about treatment options for various eye conditions.

What is the retina? The retina is the inner layer of the eye containing photoreceptor cells, support cells and ganglion cells, which form the tracts for the optic nerve in an organised structure.  

Understanding the facts and debunking common glaucoma myths is crucial to ensure you get the information you need to help save your sight. Read on to learn about some common misconceptions about glaucoma. Myth

The ability to see clearly is one of our most precious senses however the human eye is structurally intricate and functionally complex in nature and it can be susceptible to various forms of conditions

Glaucoma is the term for a group of eye diseases which cause vision loss because of damage to the optic nerve at the back of your eye, usually related to raised intraocular pressure (IOP).

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