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1050
Jun-22-2017
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Education in the Round: Oral Meds for the Rest of Us!
Bill Marcolini, OD
Education in the Round: Oral Meds for the Rest of Us!

This course picks up where others leave off, learn about current and proper use of oral medications in the treatment of common and not so common ocular diseases. Learn what to do if your patient has an allergy, kidney disease or pregnant? Always have a plan B!
1060
Jun-22-2017
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Neurological and Systemic Disease Presenting in Primary Care Optometry
Jacqueline Theis, OD
Neurological and Systemic Disease Presenting in Primary Care Optometry

Describe how to perform a neuro-optometric examination in detail with case examples.
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2005
Jun-23-2017
9:00AM - 11:00AM
Ocular Manifestations in AutoImmune Disease
Blair Lonsberry, OD
Ocular Manifestations in AutoImmune Disease

Patient's present with an array of systemic disorders. The autoimmune disorders are a varied group of conditions that provide a difficult challenge for both patient and clinician. This interactive presentation will focus on the ocular complications associated with autoimmune disorders, including diagnosis, management and treatment.
2115
Jun-23-2017
1:00PM - 3:00PM
Forensic OCT Examination
Mohammad Rafieetary, OD
Forensic OCT Examination

This lecture delves in using OCT cross sectional and thickness map analysis as investigational tools in evaluating a variety of vitreo retinal diseases. Morphologic changes in vitreous and retina and choroidal tissue is examined in different phases of many conditions including but not limited to macular degeneration, diabetic retinopathy, retinal artery and vein occlusion, peripheral retina and optic nerve diseases
2165
Jun-23-2017
6:00PM - 8:00PM
Walk Softly And Carry A Big Stick- New Therapeutics For Clinical Practice
Eric Schmidt, OD
Walk Softly And Carry A Big Stick- New Therapeutics For Clinical Practice

This course will present newly approved therapeutics in eye care. Lengthy discussions on the pharmacology of the drugs will be undertaken as well as clinical indications for the drugs. Clinical experiences with the certain drugs will ensue
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3000
Jun-24-2017
7:00AM - 9:00AM
Retina and OCT Grand Rounds
Steven Ferrucci, OD
Retina and OCT Grand Rounds

This course reviews some of the basic principles of retinal OCTs as well as uses examples to help illustrate OCT findings associated with certain clinical entities. Clinical pearls for the various diseases are stressed, as well as new treatment options and recommended management.
3025
Jun-24-2017
7:00AM - 9:00AM
Current Topics in Glaucoma
Joe Sowka, OD
Current Topics in Glaucoma

This course will examine current topics in glaucoma such as medications currently under development, sustained delivery devices and their implications in glaucoma management, and issues in imaging with OCT technology. Additionally, there will be discussions on challenges in glaucoma medical adherence.
3055
Jun-24-2017
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Education in the Round: The Necessity of the Neuro Retinal Rim
Kelly Malloy, OD
Education in the Round: The Necessity of the Neuro Retinal Rim

Analyze the neuro retinal rim for such abnormalities as rim loss, pallor, and edema.
3065
Jun-24-2017
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Therapeutic Applications of Contact Lenses for the Compromised Cornea
Steven Sorkin, OD
Therapeutic Applications of Contact Lenses for the Compromised Cornea

Contact Lenses have additional functions other than their primary use in vision correction. This course will discuss the uses of soft, hybrid, gas permeable and scleral contact lenses in the treatment and management of various corneal conditions and post surgical cases.
3130
Jun-24-2017
2:00PM - 4:00PM
Diabetes Center of Excellence: How Can I Join in?
Jeffry Gerson, OD Leo Semes, OD Diana Shechtman, OD
Diabetes Center of Excellence: How Can I Join in?

This course will be a panel and discuss the different aspects of how to set your practice apart from others in providing care to patients with diabetes. Topics beyond traditional eyecare will be discussed. Take away messages will help to elevate the level of care provided to patients and get a practice on its way to being a center of excellence in caring for patients with diabetes.
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4010
Jun-25-2017
10:00AM - 12:00PM
Melton-Thomas Clinical Grand Rounds
Ron Melton, OD Randall Thomas, OD
Melton-Thomas Clinical Grand Rounds

Challenges in treating a wide variety of anterior and posterior segment diseases are shared in a clinical rounds format. This course covers both common and not so common ocular disorders encountered in over 70 years of combined clinical practice. An interactive approach is used to discuss diagnosis and management strategies involved with each case presentation. Clinical pearls will be shared to enhance patient care with our colleagues.