What walks like an abrasion, talks like an abrasion, but can look nothing like an abrasion? Find out this episode!
Also, if you are a medical student, help us fill out this survey regarding your experience in the OR during your ophthalmology elective. In collaboration with Straight from the Cutter's Mouth, we are working to evaluate if there are ways to improve your experience in the OR and clinic:
We review the incredible narrative of how FA was invented, simplify and streamline FA interpretation, review ICG and its uses, and leave off with a discussion of the use of Optical Coherence Tomography Angiography (OCTA). You'll also learn about FAs in cats!
Learn to manage the most urgent of ophthalmic problems this week, and deepen your knowledge of management options this week as we talk about chemical burn injuries and how to manage them.
This week, we're tackling corneal burns, part 1 of 2, where we cover all non-chemical types of corneal burns, including thermal, freezing, ultraviolet, infrared, and ionizing radiation type damage. Add the unusual ways these can present to your toolkit, and come back next week to learn about corneal chemical burns in part 2.
Don't get too tangled and learn about ophthalmic sutures this week, where we review types of suture, what gauge to you, what the different needle types mean, and some handy microsurgical tips.
We discuss both common and unusual causes of a common ophthalmology consult, and considerations for management in this week's episode. We include thoughts aimed to be helpful for both fresh ophthalmology residents taking call, and more seasoned residents prepping for boards/OKAP.
Learn about the peculiarities retinal macroaneurysms in a micro package in this week's episode.
Red glass, Worth dots, Bagolini lenses and more about how to test patients for stereoacuity and binocularity by frequent guest host Dr. Amanda Redfern. Navigate pediatrics and strabismus clinics with this episode!
Learn the many names, and curious course of macular telangectasias in this week's episode.
Welcome to the new academic year with one of our favorite lectures that is perfect for any student or resident brushing up their skills to see patients, with our award-winning faculty Dr. Paul Gaudio.
This was released last year as part of our "Buddy Call" series, designed for new residents about to take call. If you liked this episode, you can search for our other Buddy Call episodes to learn more!