The following article shares YO clinical knowledge and skills that hopefully will be useful for other YOs. In a two part series, Jelena Potic (Serbia), who is a Fellow in Surgical Retina and Ocular Oncology at the Hôpital Ophtalmique Jules-Gonin, Switzerland, discusses important diagnoses not to miss. Most Common Childhood Ocular Tumour – Retinoblastoma Retinoblastoma (RB) is the primary
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This is the first article on this topic and we encourage YO’s to contribute by sending in their experiences by email to email@example.com Lana Datuashvili (attending paediatric ophthalmologist at Clinic LJ, Georgia) describes her training. Georgia: the country Georgia is a mountainous country in Southeast Europe, with a subtropical and mostly warm climate throughout the year.
Radka Pontoppidan-Toms is an ophthalmologist with a special interest in the anterior segment, and is a member of the SOE YO committee responsible for the coordination of the SOE YO National Representatives. At SOE YO, we aim to give our fellow YOs an opportunity to experience different medical systems and ophthalmic care in different parts
My observership in Clinica Oculistica University of Genova was very helpful for me! During my stay at the clinic I participated in clinical consutations of outpatients with full examination and preparation for surgical treatment, observed glaucoma surgeries including trabeculectomy, shunt implantation, CO2laser assisted sclerectomy, modern phacoemulsification surgery including complicated cases, corneal transplantation, vitreoretinal surgery, learned basics
Dear colleagues, First of all I am extremely appreciative to the SOE Educational Committee and Professor Marko Hawlina for the opportunity to observe another clinic and to get excellent experience in ophthalmology. I applied to Crete Medical school (Heraklion), Greece. Giannakopoulou Trisevgeni, in the office of prof. Tsilimbaris was very kind to help me with the