Diseases of the paranasal sinuses will typically present with ocular manifestations and lie at the crossroads between otorhinolaryngology (ENT) and neuro-optometry.  This course will review the clinical anatomy of the paranasal sinuses and discuss a spectrum of common conditions diseases which typically present in the offices of optometrists, ophthalmologists, ENT's and family practitioners.

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Richard Castillo, O.D., D.O.



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