Description:

Challenges in treating a wide variety of anterior and posterior segment diseases are shared in a clinical rounds format. This course covers both common and not so common ocular disorders encountered in over 80 years of combined clinical practice. An interactive approach is used to discuss diagnosis and management strategies involved with each case presentation. Clinical pearls will be shared to enhance patient care with our colleagues.

Course Code:

AOA172-GO

Speaker(s):

Ron Melton, O.D.
meltonepec@aol.com

Randall Thomas, O.D.
1randallthomas@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

8/27/2024

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