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Autoimmune Disease and the Eye
Anthony DeWilde, OD Autoimmune disease can affect every part of the eye. It is important for optometrists to recognize what ocular complications can manifest from autoimmune disease for appropriate treatment, testing, and referral. VIEW HANDOUT
Cequa: An Innovative Treatment Option for Dry Eye Disease
 Ahmad Fahmy, OD Sun Ophthalmics Sponsor Symposium
Neuro-Ophthalmic Disease in the Optometric Practice
Carlo Pelino, OD he primary eye care provider plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that can result in significant vision loss or even loss of life. Neuro-ophthalmic diseases frequently fit into these categories. The primary eye care provider plays a crucial role in the diagnosis and treatment of conditions that can result in significant vision loss or even loss of life. Topics in this lecture include demyelinating, ischemic, compressive, inflammatory, and infectious optic neuropathies and visual pathway defects. CE Hours: 2.00 COPE Approved #74233-NO
Contact Lenses For Presbyopic Astigmats: Their Success is Your Success
Presenter: John Womack, OD  |  Sponsor Symposium Bausch + Lomb
I've Got a Case of What? Sexually Transmitted Diseases and the Eye
Julie Tyler, OD The goal of this presentation is to provide a review of various sexually transmitted diseases and the corresponding ocular manifestations, with an emphasis on those conditions that allow for both topical and systemic treatment and management options. Review of several cases with discussion of treatment considerations for both the ocular and systemic manifestations will be presented as well as new literature findings, including diagnostic considerations and therapeutic measures. CE Hours: 2.00 COPE Approved #71517-SD