In this episode, we speak with Dr. Kalla Gervasio to learn about what medical students should know before their first neuro-ophthalmology clinic and OR. Dr. Gervasio completed her ophthalmology residency at Wills Eye Hospital where she was selected as Chief Resident and Text Editor of the newest edition of the Wills Eye Manual.
After listening to this episode, medical students should be able to:
Acquire a general understanding of the breadth of practice for the neuro-ophthalmology subspecialty. Describe the common examination and imaging techniques in the neuro-ophthalmology clinic. Describe common pathologies seen and procedures/surgeries performed on the neuro-ophthalmology service.
4:00 What is Neuroophthalmology
7:30 Tips for medical students
9:15 Overview of anatomy
15:00 Common examination techniques
21:00 Minor procedures
23:30 Common pathologies to review before starting
30:00 Origins of interest in neuroophthalmology
33:00 Common questions on rotations
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