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  Massage guns have become trendy recently and are apparently very efficient in helping muscle pain but what if a patient decided to use them on his eyes? Sounds improbable? Read this case to find out! A 35-year-old male presented to...

https://youtu.be/j-fvfLnGSS0 Dr. Bartlett is currently the Vice President of Global Research and Development for Pharmanex, where he oversees an energetic team of scientists, technicians and educators focused on innovation, research, and development of new products. Dr. Bartlett is a member...

CASE REVIEW A 42-year-old Jamaican male presents with complaints of decreased vision in the right eye for three months. Medical history was unremarkable, and he had not been taking any oral medications recently. BCVA was 20/200 and OD 20/20 OS....

https://youtu.be/e-7gDEKBkFQ Dr. Fishman was an undergraduate chemistry major and then earned a Ph.D. from Stanford in Chemistry and Neuroscience working in the area of lasers, microfluidics, and neuroscience. Dr. Fishman then conducted post-doctoral research in Neurobiology working in the field...

https://youtu.be/R_rsqr2wUcM Dr. Fishman was an undergraduate chemistry major and then earned a Ph.D. from Stanford in Chemistry and Neuroscience working in the area of lasers, microfluidics, and neuroscience. Dr. Fishman then conducted post-doctoral research Neurobiology working in the field of...

  https://youtu.be/2ZPNOmkxNcY Dr. Fishman was an undergraduate chemistry major and then earned a Ph.D. from Stanford in Chemistry and Neuroscience working in the area of lasers, microfluidics, and neuroscience. Dr. Fishman then conducted post-doctoral research in Neurobiology working in the field...

https://youtu.be/qXIHuw1L2Bo Dr. Diana Shechtman is a board-certified Optometric Physician. She serves as a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) and the Optometric Retinal Society (ORS). Dr. Shechtman has lectured expensively at a local, national & international level in...
  Differentiating Retinal Detachment, Pigment Epithelial Detachment & Retinoschisis Retinoschisis: Splitting within the retina There are 2 types of retinoschisis: Congenital: Affects mostly boys and young men. It is known as juvenile, X-linked retinoschisis. Acquired or Degenerative: The most common form, occurs...

https://youtu.be/0IB24-JcdxA Dr. Diana Shechtman is a board-certified Optometric Physician. She serves as a fellow of the American Academy of Optometry (AAO) and the Optometric Retinal Society (ORS). Dr. Shechtman has lectured expensively at a local, national & international level in...

A 66 y/o white female was referred by her local Optometrist for suspicious choroidal lesion. Pt is asymptomatic, VA is good. A non-pigmented elevated lesion is seen on fundus exam. OCT did not show subretinal fluid. No orange pigments on FAF. B-scan shows low internal reflectivity, significant vascularization (“flickering...