Diagnostic Quiz

Can you discern the causes of these unusual clinical presentations? By Andrew S. Gurwood, OD

An Unexpected Turn

Could the comorbid presentation of ptosis and strabismus in this patient indicate a neurological cause?
11/15/2020

Decreased Vision Indecision

Macular involvement and a swift decline in acuity prompt many questions about the condition’s causes and potential interventions.
10/15/2020

A Tough Break

A physical altercation left this patient with internal injuries requiring urgent attention.
09/15/2020

It’s Not Your Imagination

She said she recently started “seeing spots” and losing vision. We soon learned why.
08/15/2020

He Kept His Eye on the Ball

A patient develops worsening near vision three years after a blunt trauma.
07/15/2020

Back on the Horse

A patient returns after years away from the OD, perhaps just in the nick of time.
06/15/2020

A Bumpy Ride

A patient is concerned about a progressive growth.
05/15/2020

Overnight Sensation

Can you identify what happened to this patient’s lid while he slept?
04/15/2020

Finding the Nerve

A patient with CN VII damage can’t get her lid to cover her cornea in one eye.
03/15/2020

Ring in the New Year

A patient asked for new glasses, but doctors noticed another problem.
02/15/2020

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December 4-5, 2020

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December 7, 2020

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