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EyeNet Blog After the Academy

Physician leaders from EyeNet's editorial board were busy blogging during this year's Joint Meeting. Be sure to check out www.eyenetmagazine.org/blog to read about the buzz this year in San Francisco.

Academy members can now use the commenting feature located at the bottom of each EyeNet story to share thoughts about a particular topic and see what their colleagues have to say.

Oct 2009 coverpage

Deciphering Diplopia

The causes of diplopia, which range from minor troubles to major crises, call for a truly methodical differential diagnosis. To read more, click (here).

Hit the play button below for Dr. Nurhan Torun's examination of a patient who presented (during baseball season) with a complaint of diplopia and evidence of skew deviation.




Nov/Dec 2009 Mystery Image
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  Ophthalmic Pearls

Reconstruction of Full-Thickness Lower Eyelid Defects
Review preoperative considerations and surgical reconstruction techniques for small, medium and large lower-lid defects. (more)

  Joint Meeting Publications


If you missed any part of the Joint Meeting, catch up with EyeNet's Joint Meeting publications, including Academy News, EyeNet Selections and EyeNet's Guide to Academy Exhibitors.


We welcome letters on all issues raised in EyeNet, and on ophthalmology generally.

Share your thoughts with your colleagues by sending a letter to eyenet@aao.org.


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