Clinical Quandaries

Advice on how to handle tricky clinical dilemmas, especially involving comanagement with ophthalmology or another specialty. Edited by Paul C. Ajamian, OD

Slice of Life

Keep calm when dealing with conjunctival lacerations and be mindful of the extent of the damage.
05/15/2020

In the Red Zone

Treating episcleritis involves a thorough review of systems for any underlying diseases.
04/15/2020

Chew on This

A dental abscess may be the cause of a patient’s preseptal or orbital cellulitis.
03/15/2020

Late to the Party

Prompt diagnosis and aggressive management of late-onset DLK guarantee optimal outcomes.
02/15/2020

On the Spot

Treating corneal ulcers and infiltrates starts with a careful understanding of their differences.
01/15/2020

No View, No Problem

A 30D lens can improve your BIO exam, especially for scleral depression.
12/15/2019

The Undercover Cataract

Keep it simple, and take the entire exam into consideration when evaluating nuclear sclerosis.
11/15/2019

Eyes Wide Open

Eyelid surgery requires a conservative approach to avoid exposure keratitis.
10/15/2019

Hit Hard Against Uveitis

An aggressive but smart strategy can do a lot with a little.
09/15/2019

Red All Over

If certain glaucoma medications cause adverse effects, consider these options.
08/15/2019

Upcoming Events

August 29, 2020

Dry Eye Colloquium—Costa Mesa
Location: Avenue of the Arts Costa Mesa, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel
Speakers: Mark Bloomenstein, OD, FAAO, and Douglas K. Devries, OD
Up to 4 CE Credits (COPE approved)

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October 2-3, 2020

Southwest Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Austin Marriott Downtown
Program Co-chairs: Murray Fingeret, OD, FAAO and Robert N. Weinreb, MD
Up to 12 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)

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October 30-November 1, 2020

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—Austin
Location: Omni Barton Creek
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Up to 19 CE Credits (COPE approval pending)

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