Ophthalmology - Mr Jesse Gale (Bowen)

31st Mar 2016 6:30pm-8:30pm

Abnormal Pupils and Diplopia, presented by Mr Jesse Gale, Ophthalmologist

Abnormal Pupils

  • Examine pupils to identify an afferent or efferent problem and identify which pupil is abnormal
  • Identify a Horner syndrome and 3rd nerve palsy, and appropriate investigation
  • Understand how pupils are controlled by only a subset of ganglion cells in the optic nerve

 Third, fourth and sixth nerve palsies

  • Identify the defining features of a 3rd nerve palsy, common causes and appropriate investigation
  • Identify the defining features of a 4th nerve palsy, common causes and appropriate investigation
  • Identify the defining features of a 6th nerve palsy, common causes and appropriate investigation

More funny eye movements

  • Identify the features of myasthenia gravis
  • Identify the features of congenital nystagmus
  • Recognise abnormal eye movement without double vision

 

Bowen Hospital, Bowen seminar room, ground floor

98 Churchill Drive, Crofton Downs, Wellington

6:30 - 8:30pm

2 CME points (GPs)

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