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Subject: Diagnose This! Clinical Challenges Available on the ONE Network
Through a partnership between the American Academy of Ophthalmology (AAO) and [SOCIETY NAME], you have been granted complimentary access to the ONE Network. The ONE Network is an online comprehensive news and education resource for ophthalmologists, featuring videos, clinical challenges and much more.
Diagnose This quizzes are weekly clinical challenges on the ONE Network. View samples below:
A 22-year-old patient previously diagnosed with an orbital lymphangioma returns to your office with the presentation shown. Her visual acuity is 20/20 in both eyes, and the intraocular pressure is 18 mm Hg in both eyes. Take the quiz
A 75-year-old man presents with the lesion shown. The lesion is painless, has been present for four weeks, and has increased markedly in size since first appearing. Take the quiz
View all Diagnose This quizzes.
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