Name: Diagnosing and Managing Common Neuro-ophthalmic Conditions
Objectives: The ophthalmologist may be the first or only physician to encounter vision or life-threatening disease.
1. Reviewing basic and advanced skills necessary to diagnose neuro-ophthalmic conditions.
2. Identify neuro-ophthalmic emergencies via case-based approach.
3. Appropriate initial investigations and practical advice on management.
4. Treatment options.
Speakers: Prof Helen Danesh-Meyer and Prof Peter Savino
Outline: A series of cases neuro-ophthalmic entities will be presented. The cases will be interactive with the audience. Each case will highlight key signs and symptoms that should alert the ophthalmologist to important neuro-ophthalmic diagnosis. The discussion will be based on practical guidelines on investigation and management of life-threatening and sight-threatening neuro-ophthalmology.
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