Urgent Care

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

Upcoming Events

July 24, 2024

Rethinking Dry Eye Disease: A Contemporary Approach to a Complex Condition
Location: Virtual
Presenters: Jade Coats, OD, and Neel Vaidya, MD, MPH
Webinar: 9:00pm ET

Sponsored by Bausch + Lomb

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August 14, 2024

The 3 I's of Geographic Atrophy: Imaging, Identification, and Intervention
Location: Virtual
Presenters:  Mark Dunbar, OD, FAAO, and David Chin Yee, MD
Webinar: 8:30pm ET


Sponsored by Apellis

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August 20, 2024

Rethinking Dry Eye Disease: A Contemporary Approach to a Complex Condition
Location: Virtual
Presenters: Joshua Davidson, OD, and Zaina Al-Mohtaseb, MD
Webinar: 8:00pm ET

Sponsored by Bausch + Lomb

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