Be better prepared to modify visual assessments and meet the needs of future ASD patients by gaining awareness and knowledge of autism spectrum disorder and the common visual challenges related to the condition.
In this course, learn how diagnostic imaging can efficiently assist eyecare providers in staging diabetic retinopathy for better management and how telemedicine screenings can increase accessibility to care and make detection of diabetic retinopathy earlier.
Visual field testing is essential for diagnosing and managing glaucoma, neurological diseases, and even some retinal diseases. Let's walk through each element of the Single Field Analysis (SFA) report!
In this course we’ll review the common structural and functional tests by which glaucomatous progression can be identified at certain stages of the disease. We will also summarize the purpose of GPA and how to interpret the report, which will guide your clinical decision making on the treatment plan.
There are many risk factors for diabetic retinopathy—and now, vitamin D deficiency is gaining more attention in the literature and worldwide as an additional risk factor for the disease. Here's what ODs need to know.
Oculomotor nerve palsies, or third nerve palsies, can be complex cases to manage due to varying etiology and clinical presentations. In this course, learn about the treatment options in order to feel more confident when managing these patients in your practice!
With no hard and fast rules, prescribing for hyperopia can be challenging for new ODs. Here are some tips for creating the appropriate prescriptions for these patients!