Blobs in the EyeFrom November 2019, Umbilicology
Andi, Sol, and Miz talk about how to distinguish between pinguecula and a pterygium, and explain the significance of each, look for signs that may suggest an emergent etiology, and distinguish between hordeolum and chalazion, and explain the significance of each.19min 46Andi Marmor, MD, Mizuho Morrison, DO, and Solomon Behar, MD
Contact Lens ComplicationsFrom January 2018, Hairballs and Food Babies
Millions of people worldwide wear contact lens. Noninfectious and infectious complications of contact lenses are common and vary in severity from clinically inconsequential to potentially vision threatening.21min 38Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Pediatric Red Eye, Part 1From December 2016, Rudolph the Snot-Nosed Reindeer!
Evaluating a pediatric patient with a red eye is not always as easy as it seems. Sol and Gil discuss historical red flags as well as concerning physical exam findings in this young patient population. •24min 4Solomon Behar, MD
Pediatric Red Eye, Part 2From December 2016, Rudolph the Snot-Nosed Reindeer!
A careful evaluation of a pediatric patient with a traumatic red eye is critical. Do not miss diagnoses include an open globe, acute glaucoma, traumatic iritis and other findings are important.22min 4Gil Binenbaum, MD and Solomon Behar, MD