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1 Ain't No Sunshine When You Are Gone!Shah, Veeral S; Sternau, Linda L; Felicella, Michelle; Dubovy, Sanders; Alabiad, Chris; Norman J. Schatz, M.D., Bascom Palmer Eye Institute; Lam, Byron LAn 18 year-old Latin American female presented with progressive visual loss OD over 6 weeks. She initially had blurry vision and photophobia OD with a central scotoma OD on HVF testing. At that time, examination revealed a right swollen optic nerve with retinal hemorrhages. She was otherwise healthy...
2 Hard to Get (PowerPoint)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.
3 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.
4 One More Cause for Optic NeuropathyRuth Huna-Baron, MD, The Goldschleger Eye InstituteA 45-year old male with a 4-week history of right-sided headache and progressive graying of vision OD. Previous history significant for HIV infection and subsequent Dx AIDS due to pneumocystic carinii pneumonia and pulmonary multi-drug resistant tuberculosis.
5 Pain, Proptosis and. . . Pitch Black!Fiona Costello, MD, Associate Professor, University of CalgaryA 51-year old female with bilateral sequential loss of vision. Previous history significant for Sjogren's Syndrome.
6 This is Spinal TapFiona Costello, MD, Associate Professor, University of CalgaryA 63-year old female with positive visual phenomena and intermittent blurred vision OU.
7 Ocular Ischemic Necrosis from Carotid Cavernous FistulaH. Stanley Thompson, MD, University of IowaCase 1: A 42-year old female with a spontaneous carotid cavernous fistula on the left resultant from depressed skull fracture. Case 2: A 39-year old male with a right carotid cavernous fistula resultant from a parieto-occipital depressed skull fracture.
8 Tadpole PupilsH. Stanley Thompson, MD, University of IowaThe typical patient is a young woman who notices a strange sensation in one eye, looks in the mirror, and is astonished and alarmed to see her pupil pulled over in a peak in one direction.
9 Downbeating Nystagmus and Lithium IntoxicationH. Stanley Thompson, MD, University of IowaA 63-year old obese female with Type II diabetes mellitus, hypertension and osteoarthritis (controlled).
10 Sphenoid Air Cells and the Optic CanalH. Stanley Thompson, MD, University of IowaA 14-year old female with loss of vision OD.
11 Too Goode to be TrueLouise A. Mawn, MD, Vanderbilt Eye InstituteA 40-year old female with diplopia and disorientation.
12 Da, Da, Da DuraLouise A. Mawn, MD, Vanderbilt Eye InstituteA 35-year old male with migraine headache and slurred speech.
13 Temporal AssociationsLouise A. Mawn, MD, Vanderbilt Eye InstituteA 61-year old female with a 2-day history of foggy vision OS and headache. Previously history significant for diabetes mellitus and lumpectomy for breast neoplasm.
14 Gradenigo's Syndrome RevisitedSweeney, Patrick J.A 20-year old male with diplopia and 20-pound weight loss. Previous history significant for recurrent otitis.
15 Fever of Unknown Origin and Retinal PeriphlebitisHolland, GaryA 34-year old, homosexual with recurrent fevers, night sweats and fatigue.
16 Left 6th Nerve Paresis Followed 10 Months Later by Left Optic Nerve DiseaseLustgarten, J.S.A 33-year old female with a left CN6 palsy that resolved within four weeks. Past history was unremarkable except for a converted tuberculin test several years earlier; she received a course of isoniazid.
17 Homonymous Hemianopia, Dementia and Elevated Sedimentation RateCoppeto, J.R.A 74-year old male with a complaint of distorted vision. Previous history significant for an episode of Bell palsy, recurring abdominal pain, intermittent microscopic hematuria and fever of unknown origin.
18 Atypical Ophthalmoplegia in a Young NurseHupp, Saunders L.A 33-year old female with a 14-year history of ptosis and diplopia.
19 Bilaterally Enlarged Extraocular Muscles and Thickened Optic Nerve SheathsGarrity, James A.A 60-year old male with bilateral blurred vision and mild headache. Previous history significant for lumbar vertebra fracture sustained from a fall.
20 Intermittent Tonic Down Gaze, Ataxia, and Dementia in a Young GirlMaitland, Charles G.A 17-year old female with a 6-week history of unsteady gait and visual blurring associated with weight loss, weakness and episodic incoherent speech.
21 Enough is Enough!Malik, SaleemA 13-year old male with a 2-week history of low-grade fever, malaise and headache.
22 Transient Cortical Blindness in a Demented PatientKattah, Jorge C.An 81-year old female with visual hallucinations. Previous history significant for lacunar stroke in the righ basal ganglia.
23 Papilledema With Normal Intracranial PressureKenneth C Kubis, PJ Savino, H Danesh-MeyerA 51-year old female with a past medical history significant for arthritis and bilateral hearing loss.
24 Obvious Case of Giant Cell Arteritis (PowerPoint)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...
25 Giant Step for Mankind (PowerPoint)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.
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