PUCO Residents Presents: Cases on Anterior Segment_Part 1 Course # 40165

Instructor:

Multiple Speakers

Section:

Anterior Segment

COPE Course ID:

73502-AS

Expiration Date:

July 1, 2024

Qualified Credits:

1.50 credits - $45.00


COURSE DESCRIPTION:

In a grand round formats, Pacific University, College of Optometry residents will present Discussion and case report of Uveitis and herpes zoster as well as review etiology, work up, and treatment, Differentiating between benign and malignant iris lesions can be tricky due to their often shared characteristics and a case of a patient referred in for management of advanced dry eye disease (DED) & provides an overview of the multifactorial. *This lecture was recorded at our NW Residents Conference in June 2021

LEARNING OBJECTIVES:

  • To review etiological factors involved in dry eye and ocular surface disease
  • Identify different iris lesions and ways to image them in clinic as well as be able to differentiate between malignant and benign lesions and Review current management and treatment strategies
  • Provide a review of uveitis and herpes zoster virus its treatment and management as well as investigate the use of valacyclovir for recurrent iritis in otherwise healthy patients

STEPS TO TAKE COURSE:

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Please send any questions or comments to mikibuckingham@pacificu.edu.