Description:

This team-taught course is designed to update the clinician in the latest advances in the medical management of eye diseases. The discussion will center around current and evolving trends in the eye care world. Emphasis will be given to sharpening the clinicians skills in diagnosing and medically managing a variety of ocular disease entities. The lecture team will share helpful clinical pearls that they have accumulated from over 70 years of clinical practice while remaining immersed in the latest medical research and literature.

Course Code:

AOA186-PH

Speaker(s):

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

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

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

4/3/2025

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