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Sherlook Holmes and The Eyes of Terror

Date: 04/02/2022 (AEDT)

Venue: Strangers' Room 6 Macquarie Street, NSW, 2000

Provider: Sydney Retina Clinic & Day Surgery

Contact: Andrew Chang, [E] thong@sydneyretina.com.au, [P] 02 9221 3755

Learning Objectives

  • Identify common sight threatening and non-sight threatening causes of vitreous haemorrhage.
  • Recognise important symptoms and signs in patients presenting with a vitreous haemorrhage requiring urgent treatment.
  • Understand medical and surgical management of patients presenting with a vitreous haemorrhage.
  • Evaluate the various causes of angle closure glaucoma.
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of primary angle closure glaucoma.
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of plateau iris
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of hypotony with choroidal effusions
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of aqueous misdirection
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of neovascular angle closure
  • Discuss the presentation, signs, diagnostics, management and pathophysiological mechanisms of suprachoroidal haemorrhage.
  • Identify common causes of vision loss in diabetes.
  • Understand referral guidelines for non-centre involving and centre involving diabetic macular oedema.
  • Recognise features of proliferative diabetic retinopathy including mild NPDR, moderate NPDR and severe NPDR.
  • Understand review interval and referral for different grades of retinopathy.
  • Understand pattern of refractive change after glycaemic control.
  • Identify and understand clinical features of diabetic papillopathy and anterior ischaemic optic neuropathy.
  • Understand the diagnosis and management of diabetic keratopathy.
  • Diagnose and identify features of ocular ischaemic syndrome and ocular emboli.
  • Be aware of the signs and symptoms of uveitis.
  • Understand which other tests may be required for diagnosing uveitis.
  • Identify clinical symptoms and signs of central serous retinopathy
  • Identify differential diagnoses of central serous retinopathy
  • Identify investigations to help in the diagnosis of central serous retinopathy
  • Identify current management of central serous retinopathy
  • Understand the role of OCT in macular ischaemia and the factors related to progression.
  • Recognise different types of retinal detachments
  • Understand the treatments of retinal detachments
  • Understand the prognosis of different types of retinal detachments

Max CPD hours awarded: 3

Session Information

Name
Sherlook Holmes and The Eyes of Terror
Clinical?
Yes
Interactive?
No
Therapeutic?
Yes
Duration of CPD Session/Module
3
Duration of CPD Session/Module inclusive of Assessment Component
3