Neuro Clinic

Learn to recognize the visual deficits and clinical signs that arise from neuro-ophthalmic trauma, tumors and diseases. By Michael Trottini, OD, and Michael DelGiodice, OD

Beware the Red Herring LEMS

Lambert-Eaton myasthenic syndrome may present similarly to other neurological diseases.
03/15/2019

Finding Time to Decompress

Consider all possible treatments when dealing with thyroid eye disease.
01/15/2019

The Neuroimaging Dilemma

Progress and proper detection can offer early diagnosis and other benefits.
11/20/2018

Led Astray

A variable presentation can make myasthenia gravis tricky. This patient took several wrong turns before getting the right diagnosis.
09/15/2018

Missed Connections

A carotid cavernous fistula can present with a number of ocular findings—be ready to refer and follow.
06/15/2018

The Upside of a Drooping Lid

A series of noninvasive in-office diagnostic tests can take the “grave” out of myasthenia gravis.
03/15/2018

A Giant Problem Overlooked

Don’t always attribute new patient complaints to age—especially if it could be giant cell arteritis.
02/15/2018

A Second Helping

Idiopathic intracranial hypertension sometimes returns. When it does, here’s what to do.
11/15/2017

Tonic Pupil? Loosen Up

Often, practitioners are alarmed by acute isolated dilated pupils. This need not be the case.
09/15/2017

Every Picture Tells a Story

Studies suggest imaging is fruitful in cases of isolated palsies, regardless of whether neurological symptoms are present.
07/15/2017

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