Description:

Uveitis is a serious and potentially destructive intraocular inflammation. It can often be the presenting clinical manifestation of underlying systemic disease. This course will highlight the clinical approach for the proper diagnosis and management of uveitis. Emphasis will be placed on recognizing vision-threatening complications and the laboratory testing needed to identify common etiologies associated with anterior uveitis. Interesting and challenging patient cases will be highlighted throughout the course that will illustrate key concepts and advanced treatment strategies.

Course Code:

AOA298-TD

Speaker(s):

Erich Hinel, O.D.

erich.hinel@gmail.com

Credits:

2

AOA Expiration Date:

12/31/2025

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