Case Reports

Coming to America

In her first visit to a medical professional, a patient gets set on the right track.
12/15/2017

Weak in the Knees: Miller Fisher Syndrome

While rare, this Guillain-Barré variant has distinct clinical characteristics, and good outcomes often prevail.
10/15/2017

Orbital Mucormycosis On the Attack

Not all cellulitis cases are what they seem. Know when you may be facing this rare but ravaging pathogen before it’s too late.
05/15/2017

Managing Patients With Hypertensive Crisis

Uncontrolled blood pressure can cause visual disturbances as well as headaches. Here’s how to recognize the signs.
06/15/2016

The Dilation Dilemma

Advances in imaging have allowed for greater patient convenience and satisfaction. But are they a substitute for the tried-and-true practice of dilation?
06/15/2016

Conditions in Context: Ventilator-induced Proptosis

Not all cases of ‘the bulge’ result from of autoimmune disease, trauma or tumor. Sometimes ocular conditions arise in the context of emergent circumstances.
05/15/2016

No Insult To Injury: Treating Corneal Trauma

Learn to treat corneal injuries—from abrasions to burns—and help patients on the road to recovery.
04/15/2016

Eyeing a Dx of IOIS: Presentation, Diagnosis and Treatment

When a patient presents with eyelid edema, proptosis and even diplopia, it’s time to exclude, exclude, exclude—leading you to a diagnosis of orbital pseudotumor.
02/15/2016

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November 2-4, 2018

New Technologies & Treatments in Eye Care Arlington
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 The Westin Arlington Gateway
Program Chair: Paul Karpecki, OD, FAAO
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