Diplopia

How to care for stroke patients
How to care for stroke patientsOptometrists are able to address the visual needs of stroke survivors, an underserved population.
The diagnoses you shouldn’t be missingAndrew Morgenstern, OD, shared his list of diagnoses optometrists shouldn’t be missing in the exam room during a session at Optometry’s Meeting.
Examining pediatric eyesThe common eye problems found in adults, developing over decades of life as acquired disease, are different in children. There is an old pediatrics adage that “children are not little adults.” This is certainly true when it comes to the pediatric eye exam that many allied health care personnel find themselves facing, often with dread, on a weekly or daily basis.
Finding the culprit in long-standing ptosis and diplopiaIn difficult neuro-ophthalmology cases, selecting the correct imaging tools and trusting the skill of the radiologist are highly important.
Be aware of post-surgical diplopia riskA careful history taking—with special attention to risk factors—may aid ophthalmologists in the prevention of diplopia after surgical procedures, said Anya Trumler, MD.