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1 Anatomy of the oculomotor nerve (CN III)Lucas E. Morgan, MS4, Nicholas A. Koontz, MD, Devin D. Mackay, MD, Indiana University School of MedicineA detailed overview of the anatomic course of CN III, including a detailed pathway description and labeled MRI images, gross anatomy pictures, and structural models.
2 Posterior Cortical AtrophyNatali V. Baner, Pediatric Neurologist, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PAPowerPoint providing an overview of the definition, clinical presentation and treatment of posterior cortical atrophy
3 Dementia: Overview and ClassificationMolly Cincotta, MD, Penn Neurology Residency Program; Whitley Aamodt, MD, Penn Neurology Residency Program; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAPowerPoint providing a broad overview of dementia, including definition, clinical findings, work up, diagnosis, classification, and management.
4 Multiple System Atrophy: Overview and Neuro-ophthalmologic featuresPavan Vaswani, MD, PhD, Movement Disorders Fellow; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAObjectives: Know the key pathologic features of Multiple System Atrophy; Recognize the clinical presentation, including neuro-ophthalmologic features; Understand the symptomatic therapies and prognosis
5 Dementia with Lewy Bodies: Overview and Neuro-ophthalmologic featuresPavan Vaswani, MD, PhD, Movement Disorders Fellow; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAObjectives: Recognize the difference between Dementia with Lewy Bodies and Parkinson disease dementia; Recognize the clinical presentation of DLB and differentiating features from Alzheimer disease dementia; Understand the symptomatic therapies and prognosis
6 Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (PSP)Molly Cincotta, MD, Penn Neurology Residency Program; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAObjectives:; To provide an overview of PSP and its pathophysiology;; To present typical clinical features of the disease with a focus on ocular findings;; To provide a template for work up, diagnosis and treatment; ; To demonstrate typical eye movement abnormalities seen in PSP
7 Vascular DementiaWhitley Aamodt, MD, Penn Neurology Residency Program; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAPowerPoint providing an overview of vascular dementia, including the pathophysiology, clinical symptoms, diagnosis, and management.
8 Acute Optic NeuritisNeil R. Miller, MD, FACS, Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MDOverview of acute optic neuritis.
9 Red Flags in Optic Neuritis (Atypical Optic Neuritis)Raed Behbehani, MD, Al-Bahar Ophthalmology Center, Kuwait City, KuwaitA case of atypical optic neuritis is described.
10 Afferent Visual Pathway Disorders: Typical vs Atypical Optic NeuritisDr. Carmen Chan, FRCP, FRCOphth, FRCSEd(Ophth), FHKAM(Ophthalmology), Coordinator, Neuro-ophthalmology Service, Consultant, Hong Kong Eye Hospital, Honorary Clinical Associate Professor, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences, Chinese University of Hong KongDiscussion of typical vs atypical optic neuritis.
11 Radiation Optic NeuropathyNeil R. Miller, MD, FACS, Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology & Neurosurgery, Johns Hopkins Hospital, Baltimore, MDOverview of Radiation Optic Neuropathy (RON).
12 Medicolegal and Ethical Considerations in OphthalmologyM. Tariq Bhatti, MD, Departments of Ophthalmology and Neurology, Duke Eye Center, Duke University Medical Center, Durham, NC; Brandon Henry, Wagstaff & Cartmell LLP, Kansas City, MO
13 Diagnostic Error of Neuro-ophthalmologic Conditions: State of the ScienceLeanne Stunkel, MD, David E. Newman-Toker, MD, PhD, Nancy J. Newman, MD, Valérie Biousse, MDDiagnostic error is prevalent and costly, occurring in up to 15% of US medical encounters and affecting up to 5% of the US population. One-third of mal-practice payments are related to diagnostic error. A complex and specialized diagnostic process makes neuro-ophthalmologic conditions particularly v...
14 Cerebellar anatomy on MRIJoshua East, MD; Nicholas A. Koontz, MD; Devin D. Mackay, MD; Indiana University School of MedicineOverview of structural anatomy of the cerebellum and surround structures on MRI images of the brain.
15 Protecting Human Subjects in Biomedical ResearchLisa R. Latchney, MS, CCRC, Sr. Health Project Coordinator, Flaum Eye Institute, University of Rochester Medical Center, Rochester, NYPowerPoint discussion of the history and development of ethics regulations in health research.
16 Manuscripts: You can write these!Elaine Smolock, PhD, Director of Writing Services and Training Grant Development, Graduate Education and Postdoctoral Affairs and myHub, University of Rochester School of Medicine and DentistryOverview of writing techniques and parts of the manuscript, basic approach to writing results sections, what makes a good introduction, crafting a meaningful discussion, abstract and title suggestions, and how to get your editor's attention.
17 Examining the Comatose Patient for Non-Neuro-ophthalmologistsJohn Pula, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, NorthShore University, Glenview, ILSeven need-to-know pearls for examining the pediatric patient, for non-neuro-ophthalmologists.
18 Examining the Pediatric Patient for Non-Neuro-ophthalmologistsJohn Pula, MD, Clinical Associate Professor, NorthShore University, Glenview, ILTen need-to-know pearls for examining the comatose patient, for non-neuro-ophthalmologists.
19 Frontotemporal Dementia: Overview and Neuro-ophthalmologic FeaturesPavan Vaswani, MD, PhD, Movement Disorders Fellow; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine; University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia, PAObjectives: Understand the diagnostic criteria for the frontotemporal dementias; Differentiate behavioral variant FTD and the common variants of primary progressive aphasia; Recognize neuro-ophthalmologic and imaging features seen in FTD syndromes
20 Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis (ALS)Natali V. Baner, MD, Pediatric Neurologist, Children's Hospital of Philadelphia; Ali G. Hamedani, MD, MHS, Assistant Professor of Neurology; Penn Medicine, University of Pennsylvania; Philadelphia, PAPowerPoint providing an overview of the definition, clinical presentation and treatment of amyotrophic lateral sclerosis (ALS).
21 The Anatomic Course of Cranial Nerve IVDivya Chauhan, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine; Devin D. Mackay, MD, Indiana University School of MedicineOverview of the intracranial course of the trochlear nerve.
22 CSF CompositionDivya Chauhan, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine; Devin D. Mackay, MD, Indiana University School of MedicineOverview of the composition of cerebrospinal fluid.
23 The Anatomic Course of Cranial Nerve VIDivya Chauhan, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine; Devin D. Mackay, MD, Indiana University School of MedicineOverview of the intracranial course of the abducens nerve.
24 Brain Surface AnatomyArooj Ahmad, MD, Indiana University School of Medicine; Devin D. Mackay, MD, Indiana University School of MedicineThese images depict labeled structures of the surface anatomy of the different facies of the brain.
25 The Internal Carotid Arteries and BranchesKatherine Hutchins, MD, Neurology Resident, Indiana University School of Medicine and Devin D. Mackay, MD, Associate Professor of Neurology, Ophthalmology, and Clinical Neurosurgery, Director of Neuro-Ophthalmology, Indiana University School of MedicineIllustrations, MRA, CTA, and cerebral angiography images of the internal carotid artery and its branches.
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