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101 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.
102 When All Else Fails, Lay on Hands (Presentation Video)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.
103 Diagnosis of Inclusion (Presentation Video)Iris Ben-Bassat Mizrachi, MD, The Goldschleger Eye InstituteA 50-year old female with a 2-day history of headache and fever found unresponsive at home.
104 An Unusual Origin of Balint's Syndrome (Presentation Video)Iris Ben-Bassat Mizrachi, MD, The Goldschleger Eye InstituteA 50-year old female with progressive visual problems and cognitive deterioration over a 3-month period.
105 Horrible Hallucinations (Presentation Video)Melissa W. Ko, MD, FAAN, Upstate University HospitalA 34-year old female with a history of irritable bowel and polycystic ovarian syndrome.
106 A Mercurial Course (Presentation Video)Melissa W. Ko, MD, FAAN, Upstate University HospitalA 61-year old male with a 9-month history of progressive diplopia, dysarthria, ataxic gait, worsening memory impairment, anxiety depression, sleep disturbances and a 30-pound loss of weight.
107 Confusing Diplopia (Presentation Video)Dan Boghen, MD, FRCP(C), Neuro-Ophthalmology Section, Neurology Service, Hôtel-Dieu Hospital, QuebecA 45-year old female with diplopia.
108 Once Upon an MRI Dreary (Presentation Video)Levy, Richard L.A 59-year old African-American female with hypercholesterolemia, benign colonic polyps and stress-related headaches.
109 Bright Meninges; Dim Doctors (Presentation Video)Valérie Biousse, MD Departments of Ophthalmology and Neurology, Emory University School of MedicineA 32-year old male with headache and diplopia.
110 Is It or Isn't It? - VideoPeter 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...
111 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.
112 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.
113 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.
114 Mackenzie's Legacy (Presentation Video)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 bi-frontal headache.
115 A 29-Year Old Woman with Bilateral Visual Loss, Amenorrhea and Hyperprolactinemia (Presentation Video)M. Tariq Bhatti, MD, Duke HealthA 29-year old female with episodic complete loss of vision followed by a progressive decline in vision OU. Previous history significant for miscarriage, amenorrhea, excessive thirst, joint pain and decrease in hearing AS.
116 Rectifying the Apposite Diagnosis (Presentation Video)Beau Bruce, MD, PhD, Emory UniversityA 65-year old male with a 6 week history of progressive balance difficulties, bilateral hearing loss and loss of vision OD. Previous history significant for hypertension and rectal cancer Tx surgery, antineoplastic agents and XRT.
117 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.
118 Invasion of the Nerve Snatchers, Part III (Presentation Video)Donna L. Hill, MD, UFJP-Neuroscience InstituteA 45-year old male with a 3-day history of worsening headache and double vision.
119 Blurry Vision (Presentation Video)Donna L. Hill, MD, UFJP-Neuroscience InstituteA 50-year old female with with bi-frontal headache and blurred vision OU. Previous history significant for hyperlipidemia and gastroesophageal reflux disease.
120 WHAT?!? (Presentation Video)Beau Bruce, MD, PhD, Emory UniversityA 49-year old male with a 3-week history of headache, nausea and blurred vision OD, followed by 2 days of vertigo and hearing loss. Previous history significant for obesity, obstructive sleep apnea, amblyopia OD, LASIK OS, and a 10-year history of vertigo.
121 Parkinsonitis (Presentation Video)Kim, AliceAn 83-year old male with a 2-year history of motor, left gaze palsy and cognitive slowing. Previous history significant for hypertension, hypercholesterolemia, Gilbert syndrome, and atrial fibrillation.
122 Do Not Take Diplopia Lightly (Presentation Video)Hills, WilliamA 37-year-old female with a 6-week history of diplopia, nausea and headache. Previous history significant for migraine with occasional aura and minor head trauma as a child.
123 My Orbits Are Melting (Presentation Video)Hwang, Thomas N.A 40-year old female with progressive bilateral enophthalmos. Previous history significant for ruptured left basilar artery aneurysm 15 years prior to presentation associated with intracranial hemorrhage and increased intracranial pressure.
124 Get Me Out of Here; It's Too Crowded (Presentation Video)Wang-Ko, MelissaA 54-year old female with 6-week history of progressive deteriorating vision OU, headache and pain associated with eye movement. Previous history significant for multiple sclerosis.
125 Don't Give Up Under Pressure (Presentation Video)Marc J. Dinkin, MD, Weill Cornell MedicineA 20-year old male with a 6-year history of headache, sometimes accompanied by vomiting and snycope most often brought on by standing up or bending over. Followed by pediatric neurology for a previous diagnosis of migraine.
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