Microscopy June 2018

This month's microscopy session was a little different... Simon from the Royal Veterinary College brought eyes from an elephant and a rhinoceros for comparison with our usual human eyes. He's kindly provided some images which are at the end of this post. I guess it's no surprise that rhinoceros sclera is substantially thick (after all,… Continue reading Microscopy June 2018


Microscopy May 2018

Quiet session this month, possibly because of it being busy with the recent ARVO meeting, the ECVO meeting, and the upcoming RCOphth Congress. Still, we chatted about a fair range of eye pathology topics yesterday, from rare corneal dystrophies to ocular trauma to the value of deeper sections. Here are a few of the cases… Continue reading Microscopy May 2018