Ophthalmology Grand Rounds Episode 70: Dancing Eye Movements in a 45-Year-Old Male: A rare case of Eight-And-A-Half Syndrome and Hakuna matata: inapplicable to global eye care
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Dancing Eye Movements in a 45-Year-Old Male: A rare case of Eight-And-A-Half Syndrome
- Describe the clinical features of Eight-and-a-Half Syndrome
- List common causes of Eight-and-a-Half Syndrome
- Identify the anatomic location of lesions which may produce Eight-and-a-Half Syndrome
- Summarize the degree and causes of visual impairment in high-income vs. low-income countries.
- Integrate the ethics of global ophthalmology as current practicing ophthalmologists.
- Describe the differences in manual-small incision vs. phacoemulsification techniques for cataract extraction.
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