Retina Grand Rounds: Both Sides of the Story
Optometrists are seeing more and more retinal pathology in clinical practice. As important as making the correct diagnosis is knowing when and how to treat these patients. Appropriate referrals to retinal specialists are so important and these dynamics will be discussed.
Seminar Information
Seminar Date:
June 19, 2019
Seminar Location:
America's Center - St. Louis
Saint Louis, MO
Seminar Objectives
  • 1. Identify some common posterior segment diseases that are likely to be seen by practitioners.
  • 2. Show examples of different imaging technologies and how they are used to find and/or follow retinal disease.
  • 3. Use case reports to demonstrate protocols and how patients are taken care of from initial exam until resolution and beyond.
  • 4. Discuss treatment strategies, based in science for these posterior segment problems.
  • 5. Discuss appropriate referrals for pathology found, whether it be to another eye care provider or somebody for systemic care.
  • 6. Discuss patient education strategies to make sure that patients understand findings .
Retina Grand Rounds: Both Sides of the Story
Speaker Information
Jeffry Gerson
Individual topic purchase: Selected
American Optometric Association
AOA Approved: 2.00
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