8:30-9:15am–Case Presentations: Neuro Ophthalmology (Nailyn Rasool, MD)
9:15-10:00am–Grand Rounds Lecture: “Before There Was OCT There Was WFH,” Jeffrey Odel, MD
Host: Nailyn Rasool, MD
- To review fundamental Ophthalmoscopic signs of importance in
Neuro-Ophthalmologic diagnosis through the publications of William F. Hoyt, M.D
- To understand the importance of a deep knowledge of the basic science and the classical literature of
ophthalmology combined with new technology for the development of new understanding in our field
- The direct Ophthalmoscope is still a powerful tool. Its flexibility for examination under difficult
circumstances is unsurpassed
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This presentation is supported by the Francis I. Proctor Lecture Fund and the Samuel J. Kimura Fund.