Urgent Care

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

Unmasking Sarcoidosis

Optometrists are often the first to encounter the initial presentation of this rare inflammatory disease in their patients.
07/15/2024

Hemes and Cells and Sheathing—Oh, My!

A unique presentation of a rare postoperative complication.
05/15/2024

Not So Nerve-ous

Know the signs of this frequently misdiagnosed condition.
03/15/2024

The Giant in Your Chair

We are our patients’ biggest advocates when it comes to this ophthalmic emergency.
01/15/2024

A Cold You Can See

This condition resolves on its own, but is still troubling to patients.
11/15/2023

The Great Masquerader

Due to its widely varying presentation, syphilis often flies beneath the radar.
09/15/2023

Cut Out For Cuts

Eyelid lacerations are caused by various sources of facial trauma and usually require prompt intervention.
07/15/2023

Tiny Red Flag, Big Issue

An external injury nearly disguised an intraocular foreign body.
05/15/2023

Cloudy With a Chance of... Cataract?

This patient presented with pain and decreased vision in one eye.
03/15/2023

A Stroke of Luck

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

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