Neuro-ophthalmic Disorders

Diplopia in GCA Signals Need for Follow-up

Though rare in these patients, double vision is often accompanied by serious symptoms worth investigating.
05/22/2018

10 Tips and Helpful Hints for Neuro-ophthalmic Disease

Diligent testing and a suspicious mind can go a long way.
03/15/2018

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

Positive Visual Phenomena: Etiologies Beyond the Eye

Prepare to investigate the many non-ocular events that cause patients to see flashes or bright lights.
01/15/2018

A Second Helping

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

A Nerve-racking Experience

The need to distinguish true papilledema from a benign anomaly puts our diagnostic skills to the test—while the clock is ticking.
10/15/2017

Tonic Pupil? Loosen Up

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

Headbanger’s Ball

A patient experiences vertical double vision following a recent fall, but the neuroimaging is normal. What’s causing his diplopia?
09/15/2017

Managing Migraine Headache

Migraine headache frequently has ocular symptoms and associations, and ODs need to be ready to care for these patients.
09/15/2017

Upcoming Events

November 2-4, 2018

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care Arlington
Location:
 The Westin Arlington Gateway
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE credits (COPE approval pending)
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