You’ve been called in to a facial trauma while on call. Where do you start? What are the important things to examine and note? You can approach such patients in various ways, but here’s the approach I’ve found most helpful for examining a patient with a potential orbital fracture.
The Special Projects Committee is now accepting cases for the Grand Rounds: Cases and Experts From Across the Nation symposium through Tuesday, Aug. 1.
Submissions are open to residents only.
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As ophthalmologists, we sometimes focus too intently on the eye and miss opportunities to use our expertise to prevent systemic disease. A prime example is the diagnosis and management of retinal transient ischemic attacks and retinal artery occlusions.
Visually impaired U.S. students may receive access to a free assisted-reading app with more than half a million e-books through a new American Academy of Ophthalmology collaboration.
The American Academy of Ophthalmology has a long-term strategy to engage young ophthalmologists and guide them through the many stages of professional life which can span over a decade. We offer educational programs, career services and professional development services catered to each level of training, from residency through practice and academia.
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