I recently wrote a blog about genetic testing.
Knowing the clinical signs can aid diagnosis and treatment
Guidelines highlight the need for screening for harm from a commonly used drug
Discovering the underlying cause of a white-centered hemorrhage is key to management
A 64-year-old Caucasian male presented for a comprehensive eye exam with chief complaint of mild blur at distance and near with his progressive addition lenses as well as a peeling anti-reflective coating.
A 39-year-old male attended the clinic seeking a second opinion for a right-eye problem for which he had been treated elsewhere.
Whenever I deem a case of viral conjunctivitis to be significant enough to warrant the prescription of a topical steroid, I have a very brief discussion with the patient beforehand.
The task of diagnosing normal-tension glaucoma can be challenging and illusive. I have debated (and ultimately argued for) its very existence in lecture presentations.
Cardiovascular events and heart disease make up the number-one cause of death in the United States. Stroke is the fifth most common cause of death in the U.S.
A 55-year-old white male attended the clinic for evaluation with a vague chief complaint of reduced vision in each eye.