Diagnostic Quiz

Getting on My Nerves

An otherwise routine visit reveals a suspicious finding. What is the appropriate course of action?
06/15/2022

History Lesson

How to proceed when a patient’s report of their medical status doesn’t match your clinical assessment.
05/15/2022

What’s Your Angle?

A patient comes in with IOP of 65mm Hg and 20/400 vision. How do you arrive at a diagnosis and address her urgent needs?
04/15/2022

Medication Mishap

A complex case goes awry after beginning a new therapy. Can you sort out what happened and how to document it?
03/15/2022

Oh, That’s Catchy!

Is this a case of garden-variety red eye or something potentially more troubling?
02/15/2022

Know When to Fold ’em

Do the findings here provide a definitive diagnosis, or merely a clue to the full story?
01/15/2022

Nothing’s Up

What could this case of prominent ptosis signify about the patient’s overall systemic health?
12/15/2021

A Spot of Trouble

No one wants to see a dark patch in the posterior segment. What factors in this case might help you weigh its significance?
11/15/2021

Better Never Than Late?

A patient undergoes a seemingly uneventful cataract operation—then things take a turn for the worse.
10/15/2021

That’s Swell of You

A complex medical history complicates assessment of a recent-onset red eye.
09/15/2021

Upcoming Events

September 9-11, 2022

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care—San Antonio
Location: Omni La Mansion Del Rio
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
Earn up to 19 COPE Credits (approval pending)

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December 9-10, 2022

West Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
Program Co-chairs: Murray Fingeret, OD, and Robert N. Weinreb, MD
Up to 12 LIVE COPE Credits (approval pending)

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December 10-11, 2022

West Coast Optometric Glaucoma Symposium
Location: Hilton La Jolla Torrey Pines
Program Co-chairs: Mohammad Rafieetary, OD, and Steven Ferrucci, OD
Up to 11 LIVE COPE Credits (approval pending)

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