Diagnostic Quiz

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

Not For the Best

You uncover an abnormality during the dilated fundus exam of a 16-year-old with no family history available. Now what?
08/15/2019

Not For the Best

You uncover an abnormality during the dilated fundus exam of a 16-year-old with no family history available. Now what?
07/15/2019

Keeping in Contact

A 27-year-old female presented to office urgently with a red, painful left eye of three days’ duration.
06/15/2019

A Hairy Eyeball

The most common ocular tissue to be affected by leukemia is the retina.
05/15/2019

Socket Man

This patient's complaints of discomfort were not surprisingly associated with foreign body exposure.
04/15/2019

The Skinny on Peculiar Skin

A 67-year-old black female reported to the office with a chief complaint of blurry vision at near, as well as facial skin lesions. She asked if there was any medication that could improve her skin cosmesis.
03/15/2019

Headbanger’s Flaw

This 33-year-old patient experienced blurred vision three months after an automobile accident in which she sustained head trauma. Can you identify the cause?
02/15/2019

Lost in a Fog

01/15/2019

Orange Crush

12/15/2018

Not Fade Away

11/20/2018

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