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1 Highly Impossible (Follow-Up MRI Axial)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with a 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for macroencephaly.
2 Highly Impossible (Original MRI)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with a 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for macrocephaly.
3 MacKenzie's Legacy (Radiology CT)Elena, R. Drudy, MD, Meridian HealthA 55-year old female with a 4-year history of seeing yellow light to the right accompanied by a 1-year history of bifrontal headache.
4 MacKenzie's Legacy (Radiology CT 2)Elena, R. Drudy, MD, Meridian HealthA 55-year old female with a 4-year history of seeing yellow light to the right accompanied by a 1-year history of bifrontal headache.
5 Invasion of the Nerve Snatchers, Part III (MRI)Donna L. Hill, MD, UFJP-Neuroscience InstituteA 45-year old male with a 3-day history of worsening headache and double vision.
6 Highly Impossible (Follow-Up MRI Coronal)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with a 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for megacephaly.
7 Highly Impossible (Follow-Up MRI Coronal)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for megacephaly.
8 Highly Impossible (Follow-Up MRI Axial with Gadolinium)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with a 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for macrocephaly.
9 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (Angiograms RICA)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
10 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MRI Axial)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
11 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MR Contaxial)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
12 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MR Contaxial)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
13 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MRI MRV)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
14 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MRI Contcoron)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
15 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (MRI Sagittal)Roger E. Turbin, MD, Rutgers New Jersey Medical SchoolA 57-year old female with an 8-month history of photopsia and dark spots OS 1 month after second renal transplant. Renal failure attributed to biopsy-proven renal sarcoidosis.
16 Unilateral Pupillary Dilation During SeizuresZee, D.S.A 60-year old female with a seizure disorder, accompanied by unilateral pupillary dilation.
17 Hard to Get (Presentation Video)Ruth Huna-Baron, MD, The Goldschleger Eye InstituteA 77-year old male with headache and visual loss OD. Previous history significant for hypertension, ischemic heart disease, basal cell carcinoma and invasive transitional cell carcinoma Tx cystectomy and chemotherapy.
18 Obvious Case of Giant Cell Arteritis (Presentation Video)Barrett, Kevin M.A 64-year-old male with a 6-month history of fatigue, weight loss, shoulder/hip girdle discomfort, jaw pain when chewing and episodic monocular loss of vision. Previous history significant for hypertension, prostate cancer (s/p prostatectomy), adenomatous hyperplasia (s/p thyroidectomy) and kidney c...
19 Giant Step for Mankind (Presentation Video)Zwick, OrinA 29-year old male with a 2-month history of blurred vision OD, headache and progressive eyelid swelling and expanding mass right temporal region. Previous history significant for chronic renal failure.
20 Pseudo-Pseudo Orbital Tumor (Presentation Video)Monsul, Nicholas T.A 53-year old male with orbital fullness, pain associated with red eyes and diplopia.
21 Highly Impossible (Presentation Video)William A. Fletcher, MD, Departments of Clinical Neurosciences & Surgery, University of CalgaryA 4-year old male with a 1 1/2-year history of visual loss OU. Previous history significant for macrocephaly.
22 19-year-old Man with Dizziness and Blackout Spells (Presentation Video)Neil R Miller, M.D., Professor of Ophthalmology, Johns Hopkins UniversityA 19-year old male with history of bizarre behavior, dizziness and black-out spells. Initial manifestation a self-described head rush followed by a black-out spell while at work. 2 months later, patient developed a right facial droop and expressive aphasia.
23 Man with a Rush (Presentation Video)Nicola G Ghazi, MD, Department of Ophthalmology, Texas Tech University Health Sciences CenterA 42-year old male with headache, tinnitus and persistent color retention. Previous history significant for sciatica.
24 Junction, Junction What's Your Function? (Presentation Video)Joseph G. Chacko, M.D., University of ArkansasA 38-year old male with a sudden onset of decreased vision OS, accompanied by headache. Previous history significant for low back pain, anemia and thrombocytopenia (resolved with blood transfusions). Previous ocular history significant for bilateral retinal hemorrhages during the episode of anemia 3...
25 Her XT Made Me Go ET (Presentation Video)Norah S. Lincoff MD, University at BuffaloA 16-year old female with a 10-year history of headache and progressive loss of vision OD.
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