Diagnostic Quiz

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

Rarer than RP

A progressive chorioretinal atrophy causes photoreceptor damage at a young age. Sound familiar? It’s not.
01/15/2021

Field a Guess

What to do when perimetry doesn’t align with other clues?
12/15/2020

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

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