This course reviews multiple topics in clinical neuro-ophthalmology. The first day consists of didactic lectures by experts in neuro-ophthalmology on various topics, including papilledema, pseuodapapilledma, diplopia, nystagmus and neuroradiology. On the second day, cases of common neuro-ophthalmologic problems are presented to our panel, who discuss their practical approaches to patient evaluation and management. Problems presented include optic neuritis, neuroretinitis, neuromyelitis optica, ischemic optic neuropathy, Horner syndrome, downbeat nystagmus and myasthenia gravis. The day also includes a session on the clinical and neuro-radiologic correlation of several neuro-ophthalmologic disease processes. The third day starts with case presentations by retina experts attempting to sort out the question of “optic nerve or retina?” as a cause of visual loss. The rest of the session consists of multiple unusual case presentations.
|Registration on or after: 07/21/2014||$800.00|
|Residents, Retirees, PA's, NP's||$525.00|
|Registration on or after: 07/21/2014||$600.00|
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