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101 Using Pupillometry in Clinical MedicineAki Kawasaki, MD, University of Lausanne, Lausanne UNILDescription of the use of pupillometry in clinical medicine.
102 Ocular Fundus PhotographyDevin Mackay, MD, Assistant Professor of Clinical Neurology, Director of Neuro-ophthalmology, Indiana UniversityOverview of the various ocular fundus cameras and how they are used, including: Digital mydriatic tabletop fundus camera, Digital nonmydriatic table top fundus camera, Digital handheld nonmydriatic fundus camera and the Smartphone handheld fundus camera.
103 Neuro-Ophthalmic Manifestations of Sellar and Parasellar MassesRudrani Banik, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, New York Eye & Ear Infirmary of Mount SinaiNeuroanatomy of the Chiasm
104 The Slit Lamp ExaminationSovik De Sirkar, MSIII; Ore-ofe Adesina, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science, McGovern Medical School, University of TexasThis is a comprehensive description of the slit lamp examination.
105 Ectropion and EntropionJulie Falardeau, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health and Science University; Eric A. Steele, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health and Science UniversityThis is a brief powerpoint presentation describing 2 common disorders of eyelid position: ectropion and entropion. We provide the classification of these 2 disorders as well as clinical photographs
106 LagophthalmosJulie Falardeau, MD, Associate Professor of Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health and Science University; John D. Ng, MD, Professor of Ophthalmology, Casey Eye Institute, Oregon Health and Science UniversityThis is a brief powerpoint presentation for the NANOS Examination Curriculum describing how to evaluate lagophthalmos, discussing the main causes of lagophthalmos and demonstrating few clinical examples.
107 TonometryOre-ofe Adesina, MD, Clinical Assistant Professor, Department of Ophthalmology & Visual Science, McGovern Medical School, University of TexasPresentation covering the measurement of intraocular pressure, Tonometry. Covers indentation, applantation and electronic tonometry.
108 Pituitary Tumor (Portuguese)NANOSPituitary tumors are benign (non-cancerous) overgrowth of cells that make up the pituitary gland (the master gland that regulates other glands in the body).
109 Optic Neuritis (Portuguese)NANOSIn the most common form of optic neuritis, the optic nerve has been attacked by the body's overactive immune system and results in decreased vision.
110 Transient Visual Loss (Portuguese)NANOSAbout transient visual loss.
111 Photophobia (Portuguese)NANOSThe symptoms of light sensitivity are: an uncomfortable sense of brightness, squinting, frequent blinking, and redness of the eye (especially if the eye is dry). Involuntary eye closure and excessive blinking is seen with blepharospasm. Individuals will tend to seclude themselves in darkness.
112 Myasthenia Gravis (Portuguese)NANOSThis is an autoimmune condition where the body's immune system has damaged receptors on your muscles and can result in double vision or drooping lid.
113 Progressive Supranuclear Palsy (Portuguese)NANOSAbout Progressive Supranuclear Palsy.
114 Optic Nerve Sheath Meningioma (Portuguese)NANOSAbout optic nerve sheath meningioma.
115 Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy (Portuguese)NANOSLoss of blood supply to the optic nerve results in diminished visual acuity.
116 Anisocoria (Portuguese)NANOSPupil in the right eye and left eye are not the same size.
117 Blepharoespasm (Portuguese)NANOSUncontrolled blinking, squeezing, and eyelid closure that occurs in both eyes without an apparent environmental cause.
118 Dry Eye Syndrome (Portuguese)NANOSPeople with abnormalities of the tear film are diagnosed with "dry eyes", but some patients with "dry eyes" may not feel that their eyes are "dry". Itching, burning, a scratchy sensation, a sensation that there is sand or grit in the eye, or intermittent blurring of the vision can all be symptoms of...
119 Homonymous Hemianopia (Portuguese)NANOSThis refers to an absence of vision towards one side of the visual world in each eye. The damage that caused this problem is in the brain and not in the eyes.
120 Idiopatic Intracranial Hypertension (Portuguese)NANOSRaised intracranial pressure.
121 Microvascular Nerve Palsy (Portuguese)NANOSMicrovascular cranial nerve palsy is one of the most common causes of double vision in the older poulation. They are often referred to as "diabetic" palsies. They will resolve without leaving any double vision.
122 Migraine Enxaqueca (Portuguese)NANOSHeadache on one or both sides of the brain, and may include symptoms of nausea, vomiting, and sensitivity to light.
123 Meniere Disease (Portuguese)NANOSAbout Meniere disease.
124 Hemifacial Spasm (Portuguese)NANOSInvoluntary contractions, called "spasms," of the muscles on one side of the face. The affected side of the face seems to "scrunch up" while the other side of the face remains normal.
125 Eyelid Myokymia (Portuguese)NANOSExcessive or anomalous eyelid closure.
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