Brush up on corneal topography and tomography basics, including when to consider and how to interpret corneal elevation maps on the go.
Co-management of patients with both cataracts and glaucoma is an essential part of their optimized care. Learn how ophthalmologists and optometrists can work together to achieve the best outcomes.
In this talk from Eyes on Glaucoma 2022, Dr. Y. Shira Krecsh explains how to choose the most effective and safest glaucoma drops for each specific patient and, conversely, which drops should be avoided.
80% of infectious conjunctivitis cases are treated with antibiotics, but only 30% of cases are bacterial. Check out this comprehensive guide and flow chart to brush up on the many differential diagnoses for conjunctivitis.Learn more
Best practices for managing glaucoma with ocular surface disease take into account health-related quality of life considerations. In this lecture, Ahmad Fahmy, OD, and Justin Schweitzer, OD, address HRQOL and establishing an effective OSD treatment algorithm in these patients.
Along with several recent advancements, even more glaucoma treatments may soon be available, including DSLT and ViaLase. Dr. Thomas Samuelson, a glaucoma specialist and University of Minnesota professor, reviews some of the more promising innovations to IOP-lowering therapies.
In this talk from Eyes on Glaucoma 2022, Dr. Sarah Van Tassel reviews evolutions in IOP tracking, innovations in imaging, and the latest in drug delivery systems.
As a medical student, you have the unique opportunity to get hands-on ophthalmology experience during your emergency medicine rotation. Discover what pathologies you may see and how to make the most of it.
Set the stage for cultural sensitivity, learn the terms, and establish the best possible patient-doctor relationships to better serve the LGBTQ community.
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