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1 Frizzle FrazzledEric Gaier, Farrah Rajabi, Anne Fulton, Gyula Acsadi, David WaitzmanAn otherwise healthy 12-year-old boy originally from Palestine was referred for refractory papilledema secondary to familial IIH. He has a history of fully accommodative esotropia with onset age 2-3. At age 9, elevated optic nerves prompted a neuro-ophthalmic referral. Best corrected visual acuities...
2 A Small Leak Will Sink a Great ShipKonstantinos Douglas, Vivian Paraskevi Douglas, Cameron Sadegh, David Chow, Sigurros Davidsdottir, Ganesh Shankar, Bradley Buchbinder, Bart ChwaliszA 68 -year-old right -handed man presented for evaluation of progressive and fluctuating polyopia, gait instability and cognitive changes of about 14 months. Prior medical history was notable for Crohn's disease in remission, atrial fibrillation, a single episode of aseptic meningitis 12 years prior...
3 A 4-Year WaitDmitry Balian, Sachin Kedar, Michaelyn Everhart, Aleh Bobr, Liudmila MuinovA 64 year old male with past history of hypertension, arthritis and chronic headache developed transient tingling and numbness of his left face in February 2016 and was diagnosed to have "trigeminal neuralgia". Two months later, he presented to the ED with sudden onset of binocular tilted diplopia. ...
4 A Definite MaybeRaghu C. Mudumbai, Alex Solomon73 yo man French-Canadian presented to our institution for another opinion for a long standing diagnosis of Oculopharyngeal Dystrophy given at an outside institution. 17 years ago, the patient developed unfluctuating double vision that progressed to include severe, unfluctuating ptosis and mild dysp...
5 Oh My GAD!! Something Else?Olwen Murphy, Kemar Green, John Probasco, Daniel GoldA 43 -year-old man presented with oscillopsia, dizziness, binocular vertical diplopia, and gait difficulties. He reported a six-month history of abdominal pain, anorexia and 50-pound weight loss, and a 3-month history of mood and cognitive changes. Torsional nystagmus, a left 4th nerve palsy (NP), u...
6 Never Too Young or Too OldBart Chwalisz, Laurel Tainsh, Mary Maher, Samantha Champion, Shuhei Nishiyima, Michael LevyAn 81-year-old woman with history of ocular myasthenia gravis presented with sequential bilateral vision loss. Six days before presentation, she discovered that vision of her left eye was reduced to light perception. She did not have any eye pain, pain with eye movement, headache, scalp tenderness, ...
7 Orbiting a DiagnosisDaniel Liebman, Daniel Lefebvre, Emily Tam, Marie Lithgow, Bart Chwalisz, Eric Gaier, Joseph KaneA 75 -year-old male with a history of chronic/small lymphocytic leukemia (CLL/SLL) presented for one day of left retro-orbital headache, painful eye movements, eyelid swelling, and diplopia. One week prior, his WBC count was 39.9 K/uL with 86% lymphocytes. Three days prior to presentation, the patie...
8 Gone but Not ForgottenJonathan Micieli, Adriana Krizova, Walter MontaneraA 52 -year-old healthy woman presented with a 1-week history of blurred vision and "soreness" in her left eye. Neuro-ophthalmic examination revealed a visual acuity of 20/20 OD, 20/40 OS, left RAPD and left superior arcuate defect on Humphrey visual field testing. Dilated fundus examination demonstr...
9 Sometimes a Biopsy is BestKevin Chodnicki, Natalie Wolkow, Michael Yoon, Bart ChwaliszA 30 -year-old pregnant woman without significant medical or ocular history presented with decreased right eye vision. In her 2nd trimester, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease with a bulls-eye rash and positive Lyme antibodies; she was treated with two weeks of amoxicillin. At 33 weeks pregnant she...
10 'X' Marks the SpotLuis Andre Leal Ferman, Leslie Bruch, John Buatti, Jeremy GreenleeThis 24 year-old man presented with several months of progressive visual loss in both eyes. His past medical, surgical and ocular history was unremarkable. There was no family history of phacomatosis. He complained of occasional binocular diplopia, but denied headaches or any other neurological symp...
11 Oh My GAD!! Something Else?Olwen Murphy, Kemar Green, Olwen Murphy, John Probasco, Daniel GoldA 43 -year-old man presented with oscillopsia, dizziness, binocular vertical diplopia, and gait difficulties. He reported a six-month history of abdominal pain, anorexia and 50-pound weight loss, and a 3-month history of mood and cognitive changes. Torsional nystagmus, a left 4th nerve palsy (NP), u...
12 Orbiting a DiagnosisDaniel Liebman, Daniel Lefebvre, Emily Tam, Marie Lithgow, Bart Chwalisz, Eric Gaier, Joseph Kane
13 Never Too Young or Too OldBart Chwalisz, Laurel Tainsh, Mary Maher, Samantha Champion, Shuhei Nishiyima, Michael LevyAn 81-year-old woman with history of ocular myasthenia gravis presented with sequential bilateral vision loss. Six days before presentation, she discovered that vision of her left eye was reduced to light perception. She did not have any eye pain, pain with eye movement, headache, scalp tenderness, ...
14 Frizzle FrazzledEric Gaier, Farrah Rajabi, Anne Fulton, Gyula Acsadi, David WaitzmanAn otherwise healthy 12-year-old boy originally from Palestine was referred for refractory papilledema secondary to familial IIH. He has a history of fully accommodative esotropia with onset age 2-3. At age 9, elevated optic nerves prompted a neuro-ophthalmic referral. Best corrected visual acuities...
15 A Definite MaybeRaghu C. Mudumbai, Alex Solomon73 yo man French-Canadian presented to our institution for another opinion for a long standing diagnosis of Oculopharyngeal Dystrophy given at an outside institution. 17 years ago, the patient developed unfluctuating double vision that progressed to include severe, unfluctuating ptosis and mild dysp...
16 Sometimes a Biopsy is BestKevin Chodnicki, Natalie Wolkow, Michael Yoon, Bart ChwaliszA 30 -year-old pregnant woman without significant medical or ocular history presented with decreased right eye vision. In her 2nd trimester, she was diagnosed with Lyme disease with a bulls-eye rash and positive Lyme antibodies; she was treated with two weeks of amoxicillin. At 33 weeks pregnant she...
17 "X" Marks the SpotLuis Andre Leal Ferman, Leslie Bruch, John Buatti, Jeremy GreenleeThis 24 year-old man presented with several months of progressive visual loss in both eyes. His past medical, surgical and ocular history was unremarkable. There was no family history of phacomatosis. He complained of occasional binocular diplopia, but denied headaches or any other neurological symp...
18 A Small Leak Will Sink a Great ShipKonstantinos Douglas, Vivian Paraskevi Douglas, Cameron Sadegh, David Chow, Sigurros Davidsdottir, Ganesh Shankar, Bradley Buchbinder, Bart ChwaliszA 68 -year-old right -handed man presented for evaluation of progressive and fluctuating polyopia, gait instability and cognitive changes of about 14 months. Prior medical history was notable for Crohn's disease in remission, atrial fibrillation, a single episode of aseptic meningitis 12 years prior...
19 A 4-Year WaitDmitry Balian, Sachin Kedar, Michaelyn Everhart, Aleh Bobr, Liudmila MuinovA 64 year old male with past history of hypertension, arthritis and chronic headache developed transient tingling and numbness of his left face in February 2016 and was diagnosed to have "trigeminal neuralgia". Two months later, he presented to the ED with sudden onset of binocular tilted diplopia. ...
20 Is It or Isn't It? - Presentation PPTPeter W. MacIntosh, Scott Jones, Milena Stocic, Amy Lin, Heather MossA 58-year-old woman with recurrent left idiopathic orbital inflammation (IOI) presented with one day of rapidly progressive bilateral proptosis, edema, right eye redness, photophobia, and blurry vision. Her right eye had previously been asymptomatic. Her left eye had macular scarring with reduced vi...
21 Is It or Isn't It? - Path PPTPeter W. MacIntosh, Scott Jones, Milena Stocic, Amy Lin, Heather MossA 58-year-old woman with recurrent left idiopathic orbital inflammation (IOI) presented with one day of rapidly progressive bilateral proptosis, edema, right eye redness, photophobia, and blurry vision. Her right eye had previously been asymptomatic. Her left eye had macular scarring with reduced vi...
22 Is It or Isn't It? - AbstractPeter W. MacIntosh, Scott Jones, Milena Stocic, Amy Lin, Heather MossA 58-year-old woman with recurrent left idiopathic orbital inflammation (IOI) presented with one day of rapidly progressive bilateral proptosis, edema, right eye redness, photophobia, and blurry vision. Her right eye had previously been asymptomatic. Her left eye had macular scarring with reduced vi...
23 Masquerade - AbstractAmanda D. Henderson, Jacques J. Morcos, Oliver G. Fischer, Joshua PasolA 68 year-old man from Nicaragua, with a past medical history of diabetes and hypertension, presented with a one-year history of right-sided headaches, diplopia, and a four-month history of sudden vision loss in his right eye. In Nicaragua, a head CT and an angiogram had revealed a sphenoid wing and...
24 Masquerade - Presentation PPTAmanda D. Henderson, Jacques J. Morcos, Oliver G. Fischer, Joshua PasolA 68 year-old man from Nicaragua, with a past medical history of diabetes and hypertension, presented with a one-year history of right-sided headaches, diplopia, and a four-month history of sudden vision loss in his right eye. In Nicaragua, a head CT and an angiogram had revealed a sphenoid wing and...
25 Heart of Darkness - Presentation PPTShira Simon, Shiraaz I. Rahman, John C. Heymann, Bahram Rahmani, Nicholas J Volpe, MD, Northwestern UniversityAn 18 year-old woman presented to the emergency department in October 2014 with three days of blurred vision in her left eye. Past medical history included a hypoplastic right heart status-post orthotopic heart transplant at 2 months of age, chronic kidney disease with BK viremia since 12 years of a...
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