Description:

This course introduces 10 clinical presentations of both the anterior and posterior segment, with information on the epidemiology, clinical features, treatment and management. The emphasis is placed on potential underlying systemic etiologies, as well as the necessary work up and co management with other health care providers to determine the cause. This course stresses that even routinely encountered ocular diseases may often allude to more serious systemic causes and how to appropriately manage the ocular as well as systemic ramifications.

Course Code:

AOA182-SD

Speaker(s):

Bisant Labib, O.D.
blabib@salus.edu

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

8/27/2024

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