A Good Read – Myopia in the 21st Century

Past QUT PhD Graduate, Dr Ranjay Chakraborty, together with CLVOL Researchers, Associate Professors Scott Read and Stephen Vincent, are proud authors of Chapter 4: Understanding Myopia: Pathogenesis and mechanisms, in the newly published book, titled, Updates on Myopia: A Clinical Perspective.

A summary from the book reads:This open access book discusses basic clinical concepts of myopia, prevention of progression and surgical treatments for myopia and pathological myopia. It also summarises the latest evidence and best practices for managing myopia, high myopia and its complications. Written by leading experts, the book addresses clinical diagnosis and interpretation of imaging modalities, and various complications of myopia such as glaucoma, choroidal neovascularization, retinal degeneration and cataracts. It is a valuable comprehensive resource for general and sub-specialist ophthalmologists as well as residents and ophthalmologists in training.’ 

Updates on Myopia: A Clinical Perspective is available as a hardcover and as an eBook. Stand in line to have your very own hardcover personally autographed by both Scott and Stephen from QUT’s Contact Lens and Visual Optics Lab. – A real collector’s item!