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SDOCT When You Cannot See Inside

Frank LaRussa, OD Monday, 20 January 2014

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37 yo

  - ROUTINE EYE EXAM
  - RECENT BOUT WITH RED EYE OS NOT TREATED BY PREVIOUS DOCTOR BECAUSE OF NO INSURANCE
  - NOW OS HAS REDUCED VISION
  - CANNOT DILATE WELL BECAUSE PUPIL FIXED AND 3 MM WITH MUTTON FAT KPS
  - VERY POOR RETINAL VIEW WITH OPHTHALMOSCOPY

EYELESSONS.COM Disclaimer: The content provided herein is for educational and informational purposes only; nothing provided herein should be intended to create a physician-patient relationship or an offer for a contract and does not constitute medical diagnosis or advice. The opinion relating to a review of any issue presented or discussed is the sole responsibility of the healthcare provider or medical advisor. The doctor or patient must assume all liability, including, but not limited to, any direct, indirect, incidental, consequential, or any other monetary or other damages, or liabilities arising out of or relating in any way to the content  or information provided herein. 

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Caveat: When using any guidelines one must consider correlation with other patient characteristics and other clinical tests such as but not limited to: chief complaint, age, gender, ethnicity, refractive status, family history, associated medical conditions, current medications, pachymetry, visual field testing, angle assessment.

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