A 76-year-old Caucasian female with moderately advanced open-angel glaucoma, OD>OS was initially seen in 2007, at which point she was undiagnosed. At that visit, her optic nerve appearances warranted further evaluation, which confirmed she was a glaucoma suspect without frank structural and functional glaucomatous damage.
A 62-year-old female presented to the office with a chief complaint of floating spots in the right eye of four weeks’ duration. Her systemic and ocular histories were unremarkable for treatable disease. She denied taking medications and reported no allergies of any kind.
You’ve taken the kids for their checkups and scheduled your parents’ doctor visits. You even went along to make sure they understand what was happening.
Nikki Iravani, OD, is always on the lookout for a great marketing tip.
Nine women ODs were honored during the fourth annual Theia Awards of Excellence from Women In Optometry magazine.