Retina Grand Rounds: Critical Decisions and Risk Factors in Medical Retina (ELC67102)

This elective course considers the differential diagnosis, natural history, and primary care management of acquired vitreoretinal, choroidal, and retinal disorders and presents an overview of emerging trends in the diagnosis and treatment of a variety of retinal conditions including retinal vascular disease, acquired macular disease, choroidal and retinal inflammatory conditions, pigmented abnormalities, posterior segment trauma and retinal breaks and detachment. Case studies are the cornerstone of this program and the interactive format and case studies challenge the participant in differential diagnosis of posterior segment disorders. Emphasis is placed on expanding clinical decision making skills in the diagnosis, treatment, and management of vitreoretinal and choroidal disease.

  • Lecture Hours: 20
  • Grade Type: pass/fail