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Approach to the Patient with Diplopia

A systematic approach to the patient with diplopia will be presented. Case presentations will be used to highlight associated symptoms and signs relevant to the differential diagnosis. Video examples of myasthenia gravis, ocular motor cranial nerve palsies, Graves' disease, and internuclear ophthalmoplegia will be shown.

Learning Objectives:
  1. List the symptoms relevant to the differential diagnosis of diplopia
  2. State the importance of comitant vs. incomitant misalignments
  3. Describe the patterns of ocular misalignment present in common causes of diplopia

Course Code:  JCAP2090
Provided by:  IJCAHPO
Instructor:  Michael S. Vaphiades, DO
Level:  Advanced

Credits:  1 IJCAHPO Credit, 1 COE Category A
Format:  Audio / PowerPoint
Available for Immediate Access

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Relevant for neuro physicians Jun 26, 2024 10:27 AM
By: Wendy A. Pietrzak, COA

You would likely need to be a neurosurgeon or neuro ophthalmologist to benefit from this lecture. I'm not convinced most physicians would even be able to follow along, unless they are recent medical school graduates.

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