Every morning at 8 AM, medical students, residents, and faculty of the University of Iowa Department of Ophthalmology and Visual Sciences meet to discuss various topics within ophthalmology in what is known as “Morning Rounds.” Significant time and energy goes into these presentations, with the finished product representing a case-based approach to important topics within ophthalmology. In this section of eyesteve.com, I will publish the Morning Rounds presentations of my esteemed colleagues, who have graciously given permission for their slide decks to be visible to a worldwide audience.
In this slide deck I present a woman with a dural cavernous fistula and spontaneous choroidal detachments, and describe the symptoms, clinical exam techniques, diagnostic methods, relevant anatomy, and management of these two very interesting ophthalmologic conditions.
In this case-based presentation, Dr. Lori Myers unscrambles the alphabet soup of Diabetic Retinopathy, providing clear explanations and outstanding images to describe the diagnosis, risk stratification, and treatment of diabetic retinopathy.
This slide deck uses a case-based format to explain the pathophysiology, classification, and evidence-based treatment approach to management of ocular chemical burns.