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Acute glaucoma is one of the few emergencies in ophthalmology. It occurs when the drainage pathway in the eye blocks up suddenly. This makes the internal ocular pressure shoot up, and c…
This is an eye drop in the NSAID class of medicines. It is an anti-inflammatory drop with a mechanism similar to Advil or Motrin. It is occasionally used to help with ocular discomfort but mainly used…
A quick song about accommodation inside your eye and why you need reading glasses.
This medication, also known as Diamox, is commonly used in ophthalmology (and optometry) for the treatment of herpetic eye problems like HSV1 infection of the cornea.
accommodation of the lens (ophthalmology/optometry term)
Dr. Von Puppet explains the process of lens accommodation inside the eye. This is an important function of sight, and gets worse as we get older…
Cranial Nerve Palsies (ophthalmology lecture)
A presentation covering common nerve palsies involving the eye. This includes 3rd nerve palsy (oculomotor), 6th nerve palsy (abducens palsy) and 4th nerve palsy (superior oblique). The first portion of t…