A resource for Pediatric Ophthalmologists, Strabismologists, related personnel and patients. This web site is searchable and has a wealth of information: A large collection of resources-video clips, patient information, a public forum, internal search engine, journals, and support groups.
This site has information for consumers and professionals alike. It covers topics from common eye diseases, to how to become an ophthalmologist, the annual meeting of the Academy, publications and membership information.
Deutsche Ophthalmologische Gesellschaft. A bilingual site for students, health care professionals and patients: Information about the DOG; Annual Meetings; Associated Societies and Interest Groups; Calendar of Events; Mailing lists (German speaking); Announcements/literature; Patient Information (German). There is also a German language site.
The site is intended educate visual field examiners and those interested in the field of perimetry. It includes an extensive survey of the history of perimetry, full text articles from past proceedings of the Society.
Tips to the Visually Impaired for reconfiguring their web browsers, a visual aids store, a mailing list, an Eye-Q-Test. Information about glaucoma, diabetic retimopathy, Age-Related Macular Degeneration, and the Psychological Effects of Low Vision.
The purpose of this page is to provide information about albinism and NOAH (National Organization for Albinism and Hypopigmentation. This page is also for members of NOAH to post announcements of meetings and social events, and tell their success stories.
National voluntary health agency working to prevent blindness. The site contains Eye Health and Safety Tips, information on a large number of eye problems, eye tests, and the Effects of Computers on Your Eyes.