7 Neuro-Ophthalmology

Neuro-ophthalmic cases are often performed poorly in examinations. The candidate needs to have their examination technique second nature, so that they can focus on determining the diagnosis rather than thinking about how to examine the patient. Once pathology is found, attempts should be made to determine the location of the lesion and possible aetiology. Remember that the presence of single pathology (e.g. a cranial nerve palsy) does not exclude multiple pathologies (e.g. multiple cranial nerve palsies).

          

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