Urgent Care

How to manage ocular emergencies in the optometric office. By Alison Bozung, OD

A Stroke of Luck

This elderly woman was fortunate to have family members by her side when ocular symptoms developed.
01/15/2023

Sweat the Small Stuff

Even though they may not look like much initially, open globe injuries may have significant visual consequences if mismanaged.
11/15/2022

Pecking Away at Differentials

Are you familiar with this choroidal lesion?
09/15/2022

Answers in the Angiography

These case findings could signal more than just a retinal condition.
07/15/2022

Bullae or Bust

Here’s what’s on the differential for unilateral corneal edema in a white and quiet eye.
05/15/2022

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

Black and Blue and Red All Over

This rare subconjunctival hemorrhage formation required a tailored approach to stop the bleeding.
07/15/2021