Clinical Quandaries

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

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

Turning Inward

Brush up on the treatment options for involution entropion.
07/15/2019

Palsy Conundrum

Gain insight into hyperkinetic eyelid movement disorders.
06/15/2019

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