Principles of Diagnosis
Collapse Current and Emerging Understanding of Ocular Surface Allergy

 This one-hour session will focus on evolving concepts of the pathophysiology, etiology, diagnosis, and treatment of ocular surface allergy. Clinical case scenarios will provide a forum for learners to discuss management options for a variety of ocular allergy scenarios, and will encourage active discussion with clinical experts.

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Original Seminar Date: June 30, 2016
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Collapse Current Trends in Imaging: Applications for Medicine & Primary Eye Care

It has been said that medicine begins where the technology ends. Imaging and new technologies have revolutionized the management of eye disease in the primary care practice. Wave-front optimized refraction analyzers represent new frontiers in digital refractions. The same is true of the use of new technologies in medical practice. This course provides an overview of current future uses of imaging in radiology, oncology, and internal medicine. Additionally, the course examines how future trends in medical technology will enhance inter-professional teams of optometrists, physicians, nurse practitioners, and other health care providers.

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Original Seminar Date: August 23, 2017
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Collapse Education in the Round: Not So FastůSome Cases Fool You

In our day-to -day encounters optometrists see many patients that have what appears to be routine ocular disease cases. However, upon further examination, the case reveals something much less benign and significantly more serious. This course will highlight such cases and discuss how to identify, diagnose and treat such cases. Essentials of differential diagnosis and treatment paradigms will be presented.

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Original Seminar Date: August 23, 2017
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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Collapse ERGVEP in the Trenches
Optometry's Meeting 2018

ERG and VEP in the Trenches

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Original Seminar Date: June 22, 2018
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Collapse Eye on Biomarkers
2015 Optometry's Meeting Course Recording - Patients diagnosed with the same disease can show a spectrum of individual responses. With diagnostic procedures and science catching up with the idea of custom therapy, never has technology for eye care been so ahead of the times. This course discusses the development and use of biomarkers in eye care and how the science of disease detection has caught up with the promise to deliver accurate care.
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Original Seminar Date: June 26, 2015
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Collapse Incorporating OCT-A Into Patient Care
Optometry's Meeting 2018

OCT-Angiography provides a series of images which allow the practitioner to examine the microvascular circulation of separate layers of the posterior segment of the eye.  While IVFA remains the gold standard in many cases, OCT-A often contributes to the clinical picture enough to prevent the need for invasive testing, and unnecessary referrals.  This course reviews clinical scenarios in which OCT-A was useful in diagnosis and management.

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Original Seminar Date: June 21, 2018
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Collapse Innovations in Eyecare
2015 Optometry's Meeting Course Recording - This course is a fast paced peak into exciting diagnostic technologies that currently or soon will affect optometry. Technologies range from stem cell to point of care diagnostics, advanced procedures and future treatments. Over 65 of patients research ocular conditions on the internet and may uncover some of these new technologies. Attending this fast-paced course will allow you to answer any of their questions.
Formats Available: Streaming
Original Seminar Date: June 25, 2015
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Collapse Not So Fast Some Cases May Fool You
Optometry's Meeting 2018

This course will feature case presentations with seemingly innocuous presentations that turn out to be complicated entities. Detailed differential diagnosis schemes will be presented for each case and potential therapy paradigms will be outlined. Each case will be followed to its end so that the attendee will be able to completely work through the presentation from its start to completion. Potential pitfalls of improper diagnosis and therapy will be discussed. Discussions of proper treatment options and proper ancillary testing procedures will occur.

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Original Seminar Date: June 22, 2018
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Collapse OCT Grand Rounds
Optometry's Meeting 2018

This course reviews some of the basic principles of retinal OCT's as well as uses examples to help illustrate OCT findings associated with certain clinical entities. Clinical pearls for the various diseases are stressed, as well as new treatment options and recommended management.

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Original Seminar Date: June 22, 2018
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Collapse Pearls and Paradigms in Diagnosis and Management of Dry Eye and Ocular Disease - 2013
Recorded Course - 2013 Optometry's Meeting - Since dry eye is vulnerable to progression, it is a condition that deserves attention. This lecture will detail the underlying causes, treatment options and will highlight valuable statistics and the importance of patient counseling and work-up.
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Collapse The Latest in Refractive Surgical Correction

This course will provide you with information regarding new refractive technologies. You will learn how these technologies work, how they could potentially benefit your patients and your role in implementing them in your practice.

Formats Available: Streaming
Original Seminar Date: August 23, 2017
On-Demand Release Date: Available Now
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Collapse The Pediatric Syndromes Primer

This course will focus on the signs and symptoms, as well as the ocular presentation.  This course will allow primary care optometrists to feel comfortable diagnosing and managing these syndromes, as well as making recommendations to enhance the patients visual function and successful interaction with their environment.

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Original Seminar Date: August 23, 2017
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Collapse Top 10 Diagnoses You Should Never Miss

These are the Top Ten diagnosis that you DO NOT want to miss. Failure to do so could be catastrophic for the patient. Unfortunately, they may walk into your office disguised as something else or staring at you right in your face. Can you identify the Top Ten?

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Original Seminar Date: August 23, 2017
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Collapse Understanding and Interpreting OCT in Retina and Glaucoma

Optical Coherence Tomography is an exciting imaging technology that has revolutionized our understanding of macular disease and has emerged as an important tool in the management of glaucoma. This lecture will provide a nuts and bolts approach using cases to understanding and interpret the OCT as well as provide clues for advanced interpretation in both retina and glaucoma.

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Original Seminar Date: July 01, 2016
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Collapse VEP & ERG: Electrodiagnostics in Clinical Practice: Patient Wins, Practice Wins
Optometry's Meeting 2018

Electrodiagnostics can be a confusing, intimidating area in optometry.  These tests (VEP and ERG) are often the key to diagnosis and prognosis of a number of inherited and acquired conditions.  Although in the past most optometrists didn’t perform these tests on a regular basis, that is now changing with evolving technology, and this testing is now being incorporated into private practice optometry.  Knowing when to refer, and most importantly, which test to refer for can be critical for a patient’s diagnosis and management.  This interactive two-hour lecture will review these concepts in electrodiagnostics.

Formats Available: VEP & ERG: Electrodiagnostics in Clinical Practice: Patient Wins, Practice Wins
Original Seminar Date: June 21, 2018
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