Keplr-600X120-Header-Network of Docs Chrisagis
8-year-old white female has a history of mild conjunctivitis for 2 years off and on. She was 2020 OU 6 months ago with a normal cornea. After looking at this picture from her current exam, OD's let us know...
A win for optometry for the day! A 37-year old that presented for a diabetic exam indicating what I diagnosed as lipemia retinalis. I sent the patient for a lab work up including triglycerides and cholesterol. What happened next...
A superior retinal detachment on one patient and wet AMD on another keeps one OD busy on a Friday before Memorial Day weekend. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook  
Check out this quick tip to document retinal pathology for a shot you may not be able to pick up with a traditional retinal camera! Using your phone to take a clinical picture may be easier than you think! Read...
62-year-old white female presents for an initial visit with complaints only related to refractive issues. BCVA 20/20 OD, OS, OU. Significant medical history includes hypercholesterolemia, for which she is medicated and reports 'good' total cholesterol and reduced LDL. Fundus...
After ignoring a single black dot in his vision, this patient finally saw his optometrist. See if you can guess the diagnosis before scrolling through the comments for the answer. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook
Anyone spot Mickey? Courtesy of Dr. Brad Sutton.  ODs share guesses on the diagnosis of this interesting retinal pathology presentation. What's your guess? #TFT !! Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook  

Phoropter To ER

Managing a patient with possible malignant hypertensive retinopathy. Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook
Just in time for Halloween! Motivate your patients to treat their Demodex with this optometrist-provided video… Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook
Clinical query: How would you treat recurrent corneal erosion in a patient who is uncomfortable with debridement or stromal puncture? Read & Comment on ODs on Facebook