Best cornea podcasts we could find (Updated October 2017)
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As Seen From Here
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the Ophthalmology podcast
 
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American Academy of Ophthalmology Podcasts
 
Podcasts from the American Academy of Ophthalmology - The Eye M.D. Association
 
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Eye Chat
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Dr Oliver Findl, chairman of the European Society of Cataract and Refractive Surgeons Young Ophthalmologists Forum, speaks to leaders in the field of ophthalmology.
 
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OphthoCast
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A podcast dedicated to ophthalmology www.ophthocast.com
 
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Sophia
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At age 7, Sophia was struck down with a life-threatening disease. Faced with a choice between an unending life in the body of a child and her otherwise certain death, Sophia's parents had her turned into a vampire. Now, after 10 years of Christian home-schooling and near-total isolation, Sophia secretly plans on moving out the very night she turns 18. All her research, her online classes, and her natural curiosity have prepared Sophia mentally for the world she's about to dive head-first int ...
 
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Sophia
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At age 7, Sophia was struck down with a life-threatening disease. Faced with a choice between an unending life in the body of a child and her otherwise certain death, Sophia's parents had her turned into a vampire. Now, after 10 years of Christian home-schooling and near-total isolation, Sophia secretly plans on moving out the very night she turns 18. All her research, her online classes, and her natural curiosity have prepared Sophia mentally for the world she's about to dive head-first int ...
 
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Live from Studio 5 on AMI-audio
 
On World Sight Day, we speak to Dr. Phil Hooper of the Canadian Ophthalmological Society about eye health. We also speak with Linda Maendel, a transplant recipient, about tissue and organ donation. From the October 12, 2017 episode.By feedback@ami.ca (Accessible Media Inc).
 
If you're wearing contacts, you might want to take a look at this.We're conducting a survey of our viewers! If you have time, please give us feedback: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/SciShowSurvey2017Hosted by:----------Support SciShow by becoming a patron on Patreon: https://www.patreon.com/scishow----------Dooblydoo thanks go to the following ...…
 
This is the second of two programs bringing you information about research and advocacy organizations of interest to people who are blind or visually impaired. Today you'll hear about Prevent Blindness, Research to Prevent Blindness, Glaucoma Research Foundation, Cornea Research Foundation and the National Eye Institute.…
 
When it comes to cornea and contact lenses, few doctors have made as big an impact on the field in as short time as Dr. Clark Chang. A 2007 graduate from PCO, Dr. Chang is currently the Director of Cornea Specialty Lenses at Wills Eye Hospital, and the Director of Clinical Services at Vision Group Holdings (which includes TLC and The Laser Visi ...…
 
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Queers on Queens
 
QUEER ARTIST SPOTLIGHT: Intro Song: “The Palace” by Sweeping Exits https://sweepingexits.bandcamp.com/ Outro: “Restless Mind“ by Merce Lemon https://mercelemon.bandcamp.com/ Main Topic: Lana Del Rey’s “Lust for Life” We talk about her unique place in music as an icon of nostalgia, a voice from the devil’s corneas, and her continued progression ...…
 
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The Audio PANCE AND PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast
 
Welcome to episode 51 of the FREE Audio PANCE and PANRE Physician Assistant Board Review Podcast. Join me as I cover ten PANCE and PANRE Board review questions from the Academy course content following the NCCPA™ content blueprint (download the FREE cheat sheet). This week we will be covering ten general board review questions based on the NCCP ...…
 
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Off The Chain
 
Off the Chain is a year old this month on the 27th. So I decided to start the month out with our first anniversary show starring the one who started it off with the one who started the show. The first show was in honor of my thirteen year old grandduaghter Remonda who sadly lost her life to an Asthma attack. While we lost our little one - we ga ...…
 
Please join us Wednesday, June 14, 2017 at 4:00 p.m. PST and 7:00 p.m. EST for a live show with host Denise Messenger. Her special guest is Dr. Eric Donnenfeld. He will be discussing a new dry eye treatment. Eric Donnenfeld, MD, is a founding partner of Ophthalmic Consultants of Long Island and Connecticut. He graduated magna cum laude from Dar ...…
 
Hawks have more than one fovea and a cornea that changes shape to sharpen focus on prey. Who knew? Well, one retina doctor did. James C. Major Jr, MD, PhD, joins us for an episode to review his early contributions to animal imaging. But the story is bigger than that. Dr. Major's journey illustrates that a marriage between two passions-in his ca ...…
 
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New Retina Radio by Eyetube
 
Hawks have more than one fovea and a cornea that changes shape to sharpen focus on prey. Who knew? Well, one retina doctor did. James C. Major Jr, MD, PhD, joins us for an episode to review his early contributions to animal imaging. But the story is bigger than that. Dr. Major's journey illustrates that a marriage between two passions-in his ca ...…
 
Guests: Ehud Assia, MD Professor of Ophthalmology Tel-Aviv University Medical School Tel-Aviv, Israel Jeffrey Whitman, MD   Dallas, TX
 
It’s Monday 8 May 2017. Thanks for subscribing and listening to Medical Fun Facts. A semi accurate transcript of this show is available on the show notes at http://DrGaryLum.com/Blog I’m still in the diagnostic series of Medical Fun Facts. Tonight, I’m talking about eye infections. Eye infections give me the heebie-jeebies. Just the thought of ...…
 
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
Dr. Guillermo Amescua of Bascom Palmer Eye Institute joins the show to discuss how he approaches complex cases as a corneal surgeon that require collaboration with retina colleagues, what the best retina doctors do from a anterior segment surgeon's perspective, and other topics. You can find this episode and all prior episodes on our website (R ...…
 
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Straight From The Cutter's Mouth: A Retina Podcast
 
Dr. Guillermo Amescua of Bascom Palmer Eye Institute joins the show to discuss how he approaches complex cases as a corneal surgeon that require collaboration with retina colleagues, what the best retina doctors do from a anterior segment surgeon's perspective, and other topics. You can find this episode and all prior episodes on our website (R ...…
 
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As Seen From Here
 
Guest: Jodhbir Mehta, MD Associate Professor, Head of Cornea External Disease, Senior Consultant in Refractive Surgery Singapore National Eye Centre Singapore
 
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The Pharmacist Answers Podcast
 
Eye Conditions (not) in ABC Order Dry eye 48% of Americans over age 18 complain of dry eyes. Caused by environment, genetics, health conditions, eye procedures, medications. There are 2 reasons for dry eye: Inflammation blocks the free flow of fluid through the eye. Tear duct insufficiency - the ducts and glands don't produce adequate moisture ...…
 
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The Pharmacist Answers Podcast
 
Eye Conditions in ABC order Color blindness It doesn't mean that someone sees the world in black and white. It's technically labeled as Red-Green color blindness, which means the world is seen in shades of yellow. The cones in your eyes (a certain shaped cells in your retina) are built to pick up different wavelengths of light (think ROYGBV). S ...…
 
A newly FDA approved procedure has the power to save children from a painful cornea transplant. Keratoconus presents in about 1:2000, with a high prevalence in the Down Syndrome population. The disease causes the cornea to become thin and bulge. Corneal crosslinking improves the connections among the membranes of the cornea by a factor of four, ...…
 
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The Pharmacist Answers Podcast
 
Eye Conditions in ABC order Your eyes work together so that the line of focus for each eye cross, and that is your most in focus image. So as your eyes make tiny adjustments, you can focus on things close up or far away. Amblyopia If you have a lazy eye, the muscles don't allow the eye to focus and coordinate with the strong eye. This can lead ...…
 
Show Notes:On episode 52 of The Gifted Life Podcast, we are talking about eye donation for National Eye Donor Month. We launch this episode with Jason Woody, CEO of Lion’s Eye Institute for Transplant and Research and Chair for Donate Life America. Hear how LEITR is not only restoring sight through eye donation, but also conducting research to ...…
 
Show Notes Flickering article:http://www.eizo.com/library/basics/eyestrain/ Blue light article: http://www.allaboutvision.com/cvs/blue-light.htm Blue light Screen Protectorhttps://www.amazon.com/Protector-Accurate-Films-Diagonal-Hazardous/dp/B00OL26BVK There are amber colored glassesGunnar: https://gunnar.com/shop/?gclid=Cj0KEQiA5vXEBRChycOl36L ...…
 
Guests: Jodhbir Mehta, MD Associate Professor, Head of Cornea External Disease, Senior Consultant in Refractive Surgery Singapore National Eye Centre Singapore Alvin L. Young, MD Chief of Service, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences Prince of Wales and Alice Ho Miu Ling Nethersole Hospitals The Chinese University of Hong Kong Hong Kong…
 
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Ophthalmology off the Grid by Eyetube
 
Greg Parkhurst, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, to share his experience with cornea-based treatments for presbyopia correction. Dr. Parkhurst highlights three key milestones in vision development and explains the ever-growing options available to surgeons to address the aging eye and achieve optimal refractive outcomes.…
 
Greg Parkhurst, MD, speaks with Gary Wörtz, MD, to share his experience with cornea-based treatments for presbyopia correction. Dr. Parkhurst highlights three key milestones in vision development and explains the ever-growing options available to surgeons to address the aging eye and achieve optimal refractive outcomes.…
 
Correr con causa es una de las tendencias más importantes en el mundo del “running” en la actualidad; ya sea recaudando fondos, guiando a corredores con alguna discapacidad o colaborando como voluntario dentro de alguna organización, entre otras opciones… En el episodio de hoy conocemos con más detalle la historia de Abran Muñoz Amador (corredo ...…
 
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The Pharmacist Answers Podcast
 
Eyes Your eyes are more complex than any camera on the planet! Cornea: a concave lens on the front of your eye that focuses light Iris: the colored part, a diaphragm that controls how much light comes in (the pupil is the hole the light enters = equivalent to the aperture of a camera) Lens: the "focuser", uses a process called accommodation to ...…
 
Welcome to the final "lost" episode of MuBuJu! That is, the last remaining episode that never made it onto Libsyn. I mean, if you don't count our practice episodes that never made it onto anything--anyway, what do you think about aliens? Do they exist? Are they friend or foe? What do they look like? Will they find Elvis offensive? Follow us on ...…
 
Dr. Bert is interested in convening conversations across medical disciplines, and is currently designing a trial to make patients undergoing injectable retina treatment more comfortable.
 
Podcast Transcript Clay Clark: It’s the Thrive time show on your radio, one, two, three and away we go. My name is Clay Clark, I’m the former SBA entrepreneur of the year and boom, I was sent here to teach you how to start and grow a successful business and but being a but a boom inside the box that rocks. Today I am joined with two great Ameri ...…
 
"Nobody had really explored the genetic as well as environmental factors behind the disease and given my experience in other eye disease such as, age-related macular degeneration (AMD) and myopia, I thought it would be a good opportunity to find out what was going on..."Professor Baird talks about some of the latest advances in the research int ...…
 
Korremania Episodio #km079. Damos arranque comentando brevemente la siguiente información: primero, agradecer a todos los que respondieron nuestra primera encuesta “lo mejor del running 2016” y reiterar que daremos a conocer los resultados de la misma este 30-31 enero; por otro lado, conocer el estatus de la búsqueda de un trasplante de córnea ...…
 
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The Legal Seagull: Law | Litigation | Self-Help | Legal History
 
If you died tomorrow without a will, who would inherit your assets? Who would be your children's guardian? What would happen to your remains and who would carry out that unenviable task? How would your debt and final expenses be paid? Do you really need a will, even if you're broke? What if you just want everything to go to your spouse? Our gue ...…
 
Guests: Gerod Sutton, M.D. Professor of Ophthalmology Sydney Medical School Foundation Sydney, Australia Vishal Jhanji, M.D. Associate Professor of Ophthalmology Director, Cornea and Refractive Surgery Service Chinese University of Hong Kong Eye Hong Kong
 
Korremania Episodio #km076. ¡Primer programa de “Korremanía” en vivo en el 2017! Arrancamos este nuevo ciclo hablando sobre los “objetivos” para el año que inicia… En principio, hablamos con Addy Zepeda, corredora de “carne y hueso” y propietaria de “Planeta Maratón” (https://www.facebook.com/Planeta-Maraton-274243966308104/?ref=page_internal), ...…
 
Guests: Joseph B. Ciolino, MD Henry Freeman Allen Cornea Scholar Schepens Eye Research Institute Harvard Medical School Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Boston, MA Daniel S. Kohane MD, PhD. Professor of Anesthesia Harvard Medical School Boston, MA
 
Guests: Joseph B. Ciolino, MD Henry Freeman Allen Cornea Scholar Schepens Eye Research Institute Harvard Medical School Massachusetts Eye and Ear Infirmary Boston, MA Daniel S. Kohane MD, PhD. Professor of Anesthesia Harvard Medical School Boston, MA
 
Dr Karl Brown talks about the extraordinary work being done by his team led by Principal Researcher Associate Professor Mark Daniell on corneal tissue engineering. As it is the outermost layer of the eye the cornea plays a crucial function in vision. Karl explains how a diseased or damaged cornea can be replaced with a transplant, but when the ...…
 
On this episode of the field of vision podcast, we sit down with CDR Dr. Karin Thomas. Karin is an ophthalmologist who in conjunction with eyegenix is developing an artificial cornea. We discuss the future of corneal transplants, getting approved with the FDA And a lot more
 
Host: J. Michael Jumper, MD Guest: Terry Kim, MD CME Information FacultyTerry Kim, MDProfessor of OphthalmologyChief, Cornea and External Disease DivisionDirector, Refractive Surgery ServiceDuke Eye CenterDurham, NC HostJ. Michael Jumper, MDDepartment of OphthalmologyCalifornia Pacific Medical CenterWest Coast Medical GroupSan Francisco, CA Act ...…
 
Host: J. Michael Jumper, MD Guest: Terry Kim, MD CME Information FacultyTerry Kim, MDProfessor of OphthalmologyChief, Cornea and External Disease DivisionDirector, Refractive Surgery ServiceDuke Eye CenterDurham, NC HostJ. Michael Jumper, MDDepartment of OphthalmologyCalifornia Pacific Medical CenterWest Coast Medical GroupSan Francisco, CA Act ...…
 
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The Sportive
 
Discussed:0:00 | Things that suck: the Vikings, eye surgeries, Bill Beavers, Kevin Lynch, US Bank cronies, everything involved with or related to the Wolves, (Slight detour to give advice to Wolves fans on how to survive the season), haters hatin' on Hinkie, Leidner, Tracy Claeys and the Minnesota Wild56:00 | Things that don't suck: our promise ...…
 
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