What’s Your Diagnosis? An Evidence-Based Approach to Nontraumatic Ocular Complaints in Children
January 20, 2021
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Welcome to this month’s What’s Your Diagnosis Challenge!
But before we begin, check to see if you got last month’s case on Pediatric Influenza in the Emergency Department: Diagnosis and Management right.
Test Your Knowledge: Abnormal Vision in the ED
June 10, 2020
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Patients present to the ED with visual disturbances that may be painful or painless and may include loss of visual acuity, field cuts, diplopia, and headache. A detailed history and complete ocular examination are essential to obtaining the correct diagnosis and offering expedited treatment and referral.