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June 2012 EyeNet Cover

4 Neuro Conditions Not to Be Missed

In certain neuro-ophthalmic disorders, a missed diagnosis can result in serious consequences.

In EyeNet's June Feature, four neuro-ophthalmologists provide expert advice on “don’t miss” conditions that every clinician should know about. Learn from their key points on examination, testing, and imaging for timely diagnosis or referral.

 
 
 
Multimedia Extra: Feature

Some important neuro-ophthalmic conditions can threaten sight or life, and Horner syndrome is one of them. Although it may be idiopathic or associated with a benign condition, it is sometimes caused by underlying malignancy, stroke, or aneurysm.

The video above demonstrates pupillary dilation lag, one of the key signs of Horner syndrome.
 
 
 
 
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Morning Rounds

Of Snoring, Sluggishness, and Swollen Discs


The 64-year-old patient had blurred vision, mild headaches, and sleep apnea. He also was significantly overweight.

What's your diagnosis?

June 2012 Morning Rounds 
 
 
Opinion

Frustrated Without Open Access? The ONE Solution


Keeping up with the literature has always been a professional problem that slops over into my personal life. Fortunately, help is available. The Academy's ONE Network has contracted with publishers of most of the major eye journals to allow access to their full content—at no charge to Academy members!

Richard Mills EyeNet 
 
 
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