Ocular and Neurologics Evaluation

Track 9: Ocular and Neurologics Evaluation

Incomplete assessment of patients during routine examinations and the failure to correlate symptoms with signs are probably more common reasons for missed neuro-ophthalmic diagnoses than the potential subtlety of neuro-ophthalmic signs. Suggestions for incorporating a more thorough, efficient eye examination in routine practice are included in the Examination efficiency.  There are several causes of decreased vision following a neurological event (such as acquired brain injury). It is important to determine the cause of the decreased vision as it will allow the doctor to discuss prognosis and potential for improvement.

  • Evaluation of Visual Function
  • Exophthalmometry
  • Intraocular Pressure
  • Pupillary Examination
  • Venous Pulsations

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