Urgent Care

Variations on a Theme

Two patients presented with vitreous hemorrhages but under very different circumstances.
03/15/2022

Not the Usual Suspect

Unilateral proptosis, pain and decreased vision led to an uncommon diagnosis.
01/15/2022

Safety First

An open globe can cause vision loss and intraocular infection, but preventing these injuries is completely possible when the proper precautions are taken.
11/15/2021

Tread Lightly

A traumatic tire explosion in a patient’s place of work was to blame for hundreds of corneal foreign bodies.
09/15/2021

From Dislocation to Restoration

This patient had to undergo IOL replacement surgery to finally achieve satisfactory vision.
05/15/2021

Fish Out of Water

A patient presenting with a unique-looking floater needed our help to figure out how to proceed.
03/15/2021

When the Pressure’s On

Elevated IOP is bad. Combine it with a rise in ICP, and you’ve got a potential emergency on your hands.
01/15/2021

Straight to the Point

Ocular trauma must be managed quickly, or else surgical intervention may be deemed necessary.
11/15/2020

It Might Be a Giant

Recognizing these signs and symptoms immediately is critical to getting your patients the help they need.
09/15/2020

Navigating Retinal Necrosis

This rare, acute disorder can be tied to a number of systemic diseases.
07/15/2020

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)

Register here