Grand Rounds including interesting corneal, retinal and other cases
Venue: Eyes Wide Bay, 6 Bayswater Drive, Urraween, QLD, 4655
Provider: Eyes Wide Bay
Contact: Kerryn Drew, [E] email@example.com, [P] 07 4194 2352
- 1. Explain the risks for corneal perforation associated with severe dry eye, and the management of this condition.
- 2. Discriminate between peripheral corneal ulcer causes, and list management for these.
- 3. List the benefits and risks associated with bandage contact lens use.
- 4. Describe the ocular signs that can arise from hairy caterpillar exposure and the management of these problems.
- 5. Describe the defining features of a retinal artery microaneurysm, and the management options for treatment.
- 6. List the differential diagnosis of retinal exudates.
- 7. Describe the presentation of central serous chorioretinopathy, its risk of recurrence, and the likelihood of future choroidal neovascular membrane.
- 8. List the conditions associated with night vision problems and describe the workup for these cases.
- 9. Describe the signs and symptoms, as well as management of a patient with active sarcoidosis.
- 10. List differential diagnosis for temporal optic nerve pallor.
- 11. Describe the possible systemic causes contributing to a branch retinal artery occlusion.
- 12. List the causes of non-traumatic hyphaema.
Max points awarded: 7.50
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