Diagnostic Quiz

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

That’s Swell of You

A complex medical history complicates assessment of a recent-onset red eye.

A Bump in the Road

Even when a patient’s concern is cosmetic in nature, be sure to rule out systemic involvement.

A Well-Red Patient

Eliciting a good case history can reveal much about the status of an acute hemorrhage and how you should manage it.

The Plot Thickens

When a patient’s clinical outlook changes radically, so too should your approach to differential diagnosis.

Game Over

An anxious patient presents complaining of recent-onset blurred vision at distance. Are his fears warranted?

Elevator Going Up

Does this atypical retinal presentation suggest a sight-threatening pathology, or something benign?

Double Trouble

Examination of a hypertensive patient reveals worrisome retinal vascular findings. What might be the cause?

Unsafe at Any Speed

A patient experiences vision trouble after a car accident. What might have happened?

Rarer than RP

A progressive chorioretinal atrophy causes photoreceptor damage at a young age. Sound familiar? It’s not.

Field a Guess

What to do when perimetry doesn’t align with other clues?

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September 30, 2021

Early Identification and Timely Referral
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