Pupil Testing Abnormalities and Their Health Significance

Pupil Testing Abnormalities and Their Health Significance

September 21, 2019, 9:45 AM - 10:45 AM

Sands Convention Center - 901-V
Language:
English

A complete ophthalmic examination requires evaluation of both the anterior and posterior segments. Thorough examination of the posterior segment requires pharmacologic dilation of the pupil. In many ophthalmic practices this is performed by the technician prior to the patient being seen by the physician. There are many neurologic disorders that can be diagnosed by observing abnormalities of pupil function. However, once the pupil is pharmacologically dilated, any ability to detect these disorders is lost. It is therefore critical that technicians be competent in their ability to perform a pupil examination. This class will provide a detailed review of pupil testing and how to recognize abnormalities. There will also be a discussion of the health significance of abnormalities once they are discovered.

Speakers

  • Vincent Young

    Speaker

    MD

    Albert Einstein Medical Center

    General Ophthalmologist for 25 years, Chairman, Division of Ophthalmology, Albert Einstein Medical Center in Philadelphia, Specializing in cataracts,...

Accreditations

  1. ABO Yes
  2. AOA Paraoptometric Commission Yes
  3. COPE No
  4. Florida State Board of Opticianry Yes
  5. Florida State Board of Opticianry – Technical No
  6. Florida State Board of Optometry No
  7. NCLE Yes
  8. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Advanced No
  9. New York State Opticians - Contact Lenses - Advanced No
  10. New York State Opticians - Contact Lenses - Basic No
  11. New York State Opticians-Contact Lenses-Intermediate No
  12. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Basic No
  13. New York State Opticians-Dispensing-Intermediate No
  14. Orals No
  15. Therapeutic No
  16. TQ-CEE No

Categories

  1. Track
    Clinical Concepts for Opticians, Contact Lens Practitioners and Allied Health Professionals
    OptiCon - Clinical




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