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  • Sep 16, 2016 by Ophthalmic Pathology Education System
    The Pathology Atlas offers virtual microscopy images from the field, contributed by ophthalmic pathologists. Review normal-eye anatomy and ophthalmic diseases and conditions across the spectrum of eye care. Please leave a comment below, or send an email message to the Academy at pathatlas@aao.org to provide feedback or inquire about this resource. The Pathology Atlas is now accessible to anyone irrespective of Academy membership. Please register a new, free account (if you don't have one already) to login.
    Residents Course
    Oct 21, 2015 by Leon Strauss, MD, PhD
    This course introduces the geometric optics we need to study optics of the eye, optical instruments, and correction of ametropia.
    Residents Course
    Jun 27, 2015 by Andrew G. Lee, MD
    This course reviews major issues in the eye care of geriatric patients, and why ophthalmologists play an increasingly important role in the care of this demographic. Dr. Andrew Lee reviews screening tips and the major comorbidities in the elderly, including depression, dementia, hearing loss, fall risk, and elder abuse.
    Residents Course
    Jun 26, 2015 by Khadija S. Shahid, OD
    This course describes common psychological comorbidities and the impact of specific ocular diseases on the quality of a patient's life, not only in geriatric patients but in adults and children, as well. How should eye professionals assist in the mourning process and the continued care of these patients?
    Residents Course
    Sep 08, 2014 by G. Vike Vicente, MD
    On completing this module, the resident should be able to describe the types of astigmatism and the lenses used to correct them and calculate astigmatism corrections including power crosses and spherical equivalents.
    Residents Course
    Sep 08, 2014 by G. Vike Vicente, MD
    On completing this module, the resident should be able to discuss basic refractive errors including hyperopia, myopia, and accommodations.
    Residents Course
    Sep 08, 2014 by G. Vike Vicente
    This courses includes pre- and post-tests and discusses contact lens fitting and soft contact lens adverse reactions.
    Residents Course
    Sep 08, 2014 by G. Vike Vicente, MD
    This courses includes pre- and post-tests and includes discussion of the retinoscope, retinoscopy examples, spherical aberration and dynamic retinoscopy.
    Residents Course
    Sep 08, 2014
    This course on comprehensive vision rehabilitation answers the following questions: How does vision rehabilitation fit into ophthalmic care? Which patients can benefit from vision rehabilitation? How is visual function assessed? And what can vision rehabilitation offer patients?
    Residents Course
    Aug 26, 2014 by Jean Hausheer, MD
    This courses discusses various diagnostic tests in the realm of refractive surgery.
    Residents Course
    Aug 26, 2014 by Jean Hausheer, MD
    This course reviews refractive errors seen in Keratoconus, Forme Fruste Keratoconus, Pellucid Marginal Corneal Degeneration, and Monocular Diplopia.
    Residents Course
    Aug 26, 2014 by Jean Hausheer, MD
    This course discusses Tonometry subjects including Ocular Dominance Testing, Astigmatic Keratometry for Astigmatism, and Limbal Relaxing Incisions for Astigmatism.
    Residents Course
    Aug 26, 2014 by Ken Lord, MD
    This course discusses drug toxicities associated with the retina, particularly Chloroquine and its derivatives and Phenothiazines and the effect that they have on the retina.
    Residents Course
    Aug 26, 2014 by Debra Goldstein, MD (includes material from 2009 MOC Exam Review Course)
    This course discusses classification of Uveitis, how to approach the Uveitis patient, a number of specific entities within Uveitis, and medical therapy.
    Residents Course
    Aug 25, 2014 by Stuart Seiff, MD (includes material from 2009 MOC Exam Review Course)
    This course discusses orbital fractures and periorbital soft tissue trauma.
    Residents Course
    Aug 25, 2014 by Natalie Kerr, MD
    This course discusses amplyopia, the most common cause of monocular vision loss in children and young adults.
    Residents Course
    Aug 25, 2014 by Natalie Kerr, MD
    This course discusses Pseudotropia, Infantile Esotropia, Refractive Accommodative Esotropia,Nonrefractive Accommodative Esotropia, Basic (acquired) Esotropia in Childhood, Acute Esotropia, Sensory Deprivation Esotropia, Incomitant Esodeviation, Esotropic Duane Syndrome, and Mobius Syndrome.
    Residents Course
    Aug 25, 2014 by Jean Hausheer, MD
    This course covers Corneal Topography, Pentacam, and Wavefront Testing.
    Residents Course
    Aug 22, 2014 by Karl Golnik, MD
    In this course, Dr, Golnik discusses Thyroid Eye Disease, Myasthenia Gravis, Miller Fisher , Syndrome, and Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia.
    Residents Course
    Aug 22, 2014 by Karl Golnik, MD
    In this course, Dr. Golnik discusses orbital tumors, orbital ischemic syndrome, orbital fractures, and orbital infection.
    Residents Course