Macular Denegeration and CNV

Thursday, 14 February 2013 Written by Larry J Alexander OD FAAO Posted in Presentations

Dr. Alexander showcases 12 cases of CNV and ARMD.

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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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Larry J Alexander OD FAAO

Larry J Alexander OD FAAO

Dr. Alexander (1948-2016) was a 1971 graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry. He served in the US Navy then served as a Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Optometry. Larry contributed to a number of chapters in textbooks and has published three editions of Primary Care of the Posterior Segment, as well as contributed to the professional literature. He also lectured extensively in the area of ocular and systemic disease. His areas of special interest included dysfunctional tear syndrome, glaucoma and macular degeneration.  His lessons are the basis for this site and he will be dearly missed. 

Comments (2)

  • Peter Wilcox

    15 February 2013 at 17:37 | #

    Very eductional Dr. A. 60 minute = 50 minute lecture scanned in a few minutes. WHat i missed i can review at my leisure later. THe slide presentation format is actually better than text as each annotated slide would require oodles of descriptive words which would never equal the image and arrows.

    Peter
    Watch out for the meteors

    reply

  • Larry Alexander

    16 February 2013 at 17:08 | #

    the sky is falling, the sky is falling, i must run and tell the king.

    larry

    reply

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