What Would I Do Next | Orbital CellulitisFrom June 2019, ID Killers
Orbital cellulitis is a serious infection which requires intravenous antibiotics and may characterized by fever, pain with orbital motion, proptosis and can result in extension of infection to the cavernous sinus or brain.14min 58Jenny Beck-Esmay, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
Penetrating Eye EmergenciesFrom March 2019, Bun (Not) In The Oven
When it comes to traumatic eye injuries, the stakes are high when missing potentially vision threatening concerns. Mizuho sits down with Dr.Andrea Wu, to discuss recognition, workup and diagnosis of emergent traumatic eye injuries.22min 4Andrea Wu, MD, MMM and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Acute Eye Emergencies | Part 2From October 2018, You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!
Dr. Testa reviews the most emergent causes of the painful Red eye with a handy mneumonic “GO SUCK”. They discuss the diagnosis and outpatient management of glaucoma, orbital cellulitis, scleritis, uveitis, conjunctivitis and keratitis.10min 28Mizuho Morrison, DO, Matthieu DeClerck, MD, and Nick Testa, MD
Acute Eye Emergencies | Part 1From October 2018, You'll Shoot Your Eye Out!
Dr. Testa reviews the most emergent causes of the painful Red eye with a handy mneumonic “GO SUCK”. They discuss the diagnosis and outpatient management of glaucoma, orbital cellulitis, scleritis, uveitis, conjunctivitis and keratitis.17min 15Mizuho Morrison, DO, Matthieu DeClerck, MD, and Nick Testa, MD
Contact Lens ComplicationsFrom December 2017, Lucy In The Sky With Diamonds
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 48Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Paper Chase #2 | Patients Aren’t Filling Scripts for ConjunctivitisFrom November 2017, Ice, Ice Baby
Bottom Line: Antibiotics are rarely indicated for conjunctivitis and filling antibiotic prescriptions seems to be driven type of provider diagnosing the disease rather than by medical indication.4min 43Nate Finnerty, MD and Brett Ebeling, MD
Retained ContactsFrom October 2017, Lacs Gone Wild!!!
Millions of people worldwide wear contact lens. Occasionally they get stuck in the eye, and it’s our job to figure out how to find them. Matthieu Declerck reviews for us practical ways to take on this approach. •10min 48Mizuho Morrison, DO and Matthieu DeClerck, MD
Pediatric Red Eye, Part 2From December 2016, Holiday Strains in the Urgent Care
Evaluating a pediatric patient with a traumatic red eye is critical. Do not miss diagnoses such as an open globe, acute glaucoma, traumatic iritis and other findings are important. •22min 4Gil Binenbaum, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
Pediatric Red Eye, Part 1From December 2016, Holiday Strains in the Urgent Care
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 physical exam findings concerning in this young patient population. •24min 4Gil Binenbaum, MD and Solomon Behar, MD
What Do I Do Next? 41yo Woman with HA and Visual ChangeFrom September 2016, Death By Peppermint Patty
Mike and Colin discuss the important distinctions that make a headache presentation concerning for central causes vs peripheral causes.16min 15Colin Kaide, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
Introduction: Welder's KeratitisFrom August 2016, Avoiding Mistakes with Bears, Jellyfish & Chest Pain
Ocular injuries can occur via all types of mechanisms. Here mike and miz discuss a common occupational ocular injury that occurs in welders. Welding keratitis may cause significant pain but is typically a self-limited injury. •8min 59Mike Weinstock, MD and Mizuho Morrison, DO
Flashes and FloatersFrom June 2016, Things That Go South
Flashes and floaters are common visual findings that patients can experience. However some are emergent and potentially vision threatening. Understanding the subtle differences when a patient's presents is absolutely critical.28min 6Brian Wai Lin, MD and Mike Weinstock, MD
Subconjunctival HemorrhageFrom July 2015, Subconjunctival Hemorrhage
Whereas the diagnosis of subconjunctival hemorrhage is not difficult, there are underlying serious etiologies which need to be discovered.5min 17Frank J. Weinstock, MD, FACS and Mike Weinstock, MD
LIN Sessions – Eye IssuesFrom June 2015, The Head: Eye issues, Migraine, Nasal foreign bodies, and Burnout
Dr. Lin teaches us tricks of the trade on a new use for fluorescein in helping locate a misplaced contact lens. She also talks to Brian Lin MD on tricks of the trade for simple uncomplicated eyelid lacerations.5min 35Brian Wai Lin, MD and Michelle Lin, MD
Tips and Tricks – OphthalmologyFrom March 2015, Lacerations, Tylenol, and Bouncebacks… OH MY!?
We consult Dr.Ken Beckman to discuss pearls on management of corneal abrasions, bacterial conjunctivitis, corneal erosions and other common ophthalmology diagnoses. We discuss how to avoid missing a diagnosis which will permanently impact sight. Specifically we review physical exam findings and …26min 11Mike Weinstock, MD and Ken Beckman, MD