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Ophthalmology Grand Rounds - Online CME Course

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Course Director: Lilly H. Wagner, M.D.

Mayo Clinic's Ophthalmology Monday Morning Grand Rounds has been repurposed as an online offering for ophthalmologists, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses who are interested in learning more about a variety of medical and surgical conditions in ophthalmology.

 

 

Target Audience

This course is designed for ophthalmologists, physicians, physician assistants, nurse practitioners and nurses

Learning Objectives

Upon conclusion of this activity, participants should be able to:

  • Identify new management strategies for rare ophthalmic conditions
  • Explain involvement of the eye and ocular adnexa in systemic disease

Utilization of this Mayo Clinic online (enduring materials) course does not indicate nor guarantee competence or proficiency in the performance of any procedures which may be in this course.

Course summary
Available credit: 
  • 10.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 10.50 Attendance
Course opens: 
07/01/2021
Course expires: 
07/01/2024
Cost:
$10.00
Watch Videos for Free - Go to the link below to purchase and claim CME CreditTitle and SpeakersLearning Objectives
Management of Submacular Hemorrhage
Sophie J. Bakri, M.D.
FISH For It
Ali Raied Salman / PGY-3
Recorded 7.19.2021

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  • Describe causes of submacular hemorrhage
  • Describe indications for surgery for submacular hemorrhage
  • Describe surgical techniques for submacular hemorrhage displacement
     
  • Identify the basic characteristics of intraocular lymphoma
  • Describe the differences in B-Cell and T-Cell intraocular lymphoma
  • List the most common diagnostic tools used to identify intraocular lymphoma
White Dot Syndrome?
Wendy M. Smith, M.D.
The Chicken or the Egg
Blake Fortes, M.D.
Recorded 7.12.2021

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  • Discuss the differential diagnosis of one of the white dot syndromes
  • Identify typical and atypical features of a white dot syndrome
  • Identify the utility of multimodal imaging in the diagnosis and management of a white dot syndrome
     
  • Review the differential diagnosis for optic disc edema and vitreitis.
  • Review the diagnosis, and management of CRMP5 optic neuropathy.
  • Discuss the associated systemic manifestations of CRMP5 optic neuropathy.
The Scope of Scleral Lens Research
Cherie Nau, O.D.
Muriel Schornack, O.D.

Recorded 6.28.2021

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  • Discuss the origins of the SCOPE study team
  • Summarize findings of SCOPE research projects
  • Identify topics of future scleral lens-related investigations
Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension - Morbidity and Mortality Study
Francisco R. Sanchez Moreno, M.D.
Choroidal Vasculopathy in Chorioretinal Coloboma
Ankur Mehra, M.D.
The Effect of Scleral Buckle Surgery on Aqueous Humor Dynamics and Ocular Biomechanics
Lance Lyons, M.D.
Recorded 5.24.2021

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  • Recognize the population profile of patients diagnosed with idiopathic intracranial population in Olmsted County.
  • Identify risk factors, presenting symptoms and prognosis of patients diagnosed with idiopathic intracranial hypertension.
  • Discover the average length of treatment, type of treatment and potential treatment complications of patients diagnosed with idiopathic intracranial hypertension in Olmsted County.
     
  • Recognize some of the common complications of chorioretinal colobomas
     
  • Recognize how intraocular pressure responds to changes in ocular rigidity and outflow facility
  • Explain the effects of scleral buckle surgery on ocular biomechanics and aqueous humor dynamics
QI Project - Pentosan Polysulfate Maculopathy
Aaron Fairbanks, M.D.
Trevor Kindle, M.D.

Efficacy of a patient education video in comparison to standard physician discussion
Minjun Hur, M.D.
Maria D. Garcia, M.D.

Recorded 5.17.2021

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  • Describe exam and imaging findings of pentosan polysulfate maculopathy
  • Describe patient risk factors for developing pentosan polysulfate maculopathy
  • Describe a screening process for patients at risk for developing pentosan maculopathy
     
  • To determine the patient awareness and knowledge of floaters and flashing lights
  • To discuss the effectiveness of a patient education video on floaters and flashing lights

Reticular Pseudodrusen & Coronary Artery Dz
Timothy W. Olsen, M.D.
Recorded 5.3.2021

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  • Recognize Reticular Pseudodrusen
  • Compare AREDS & MGS
  • Appraise the Association to CADz
Telehealth for Low Vision: Our Experience 2020-2021
Alaina Softing Hataye, O.D.
Masked Analysis of the Clinical Utility of Commercially Available Antiretinal and Anti-optic Nerve Antibody Testing
John Chen, M.D., Ph.D.
Recorded 4.5.2021

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  • Recall the estimated access to low vision rehabilitation care in the United States.
  • Summarize the feasibility as discussed in the literature, for low vision telemedicine.
  • Describe when it is appropriate to offer telemedicine for low vision patients
     
  • Describe the differential diagnosis of a ring scotoma
  • Review the features of autoimmune retinopathy
  • Recognize the limitations of current commercially available retinal antibody testing

Ptosis Repair Outcomes after Glaucoma Surgery
Lilly H. Wagner, M.D.
Fundamental Concepts of Macular Hole Repair
Raymond Iezzi, M.D., M.S.
Recorded 3.22.2021

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  • Review why macular holes are not idiopathic
  • Review the principles of macular formation and repair
  • Review emerging concepts in macular hole repair
     
  • Review safety concerns for ptosis repair in patients with history of glaucoma surgery
  • Identify risk factors for failure of ptosis repair in patients with history of glaucoma surgery
  • Determine specific considerations for patients with ptosis and glaucoma drainage device
Thyroid Eye Disease Update:  Teamwork, Teprotumumab
Elizabeth Bradley, MD, MHS
Chasing the Rebound
Bryce Aul, MD
Recorded 3.8.2021

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  • Describe the structure of the Mayo Clinic Thyroid Eye Disease Clinic
  • Describe the benefits and risks demonstrated in phase III clinical trials for teprotumumab
  • Summarize the early Mayo Clinic experience with teprotumumab
  • Identify the most common indication for optic nerve sheath fenestration
  • Give example of potential complications to optic nerve sheath fenestration
  • Summarize the differences in outcomes and complications between optic nerve sheath fenestration, CSF shunting, and venous sinus stenting.
Management of Dislocated IOLs
Sanjay V. Patel, MD
Congenital Cataract Closure
Kristi Y. Wu, MD
Recorded 3.1.2021

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  • Identify different causes of IOL dislocation
  • Describe the approach to evaluating patients with dislocated IOLs
  • Recognize different surgical approaches for dislocated IOLs
  • Identify the historical evolution of surgery for congenital cataracts
  • Recognize angle closure in aphakic and pseudophakic patients
Pediatric Keratoconus
Emily M. Witsberger, MD
Corneal Grafting
Armin Garmany
Recorded 2.22.2021

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  • Recognize structural and epidemiologic differences between pediatric and adult patients with keratoconus
  • Compare rates of treatment failure and disease progression between these two groups
  • Identify the need for earlier detection and close monitoring of pediatric keratoconus
  • Discuss potential factors that contribute to increased risk of corneal grafting post glaucoma drainage device (GDD)
  • Estimate risk of corneal grafting following GDD implantation over time in pediatric and adult population
 

Distorted vision & “lines are curvy”
Robert Funk, MD
 

 

 

 

Amblyopia
Tomo Yamada, OD
Recorded 2.15.2021

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  • Understand the pathophysiology of Pathological Myopia
  • Recognize key exam findings in Pathological Myopia
  • Understand the trend in prevalence of High Myopia

 

 

  • Recall approaches to amblyopia treatments
  • Summarize rationale for currently recruiting amblyopia study
  • Identify patients who may be eligible for this study
 

Anterior segment ischemia after laser for retinopathy of prematurity previously treated with anti-vascular endothelial growth factor
Brian Mohney, MD

 

 

 

Using the Artisan Aphakic Lens in Children
Erick Bothun, MD
Recorded 2.1.2021

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  • Identify anterior segment complications observed in premature infants treated for retinopathy of prematurity
  • Recognize potential risk factors for developing vision-threatening anterior segment ischemia (ASI) among retinopathy of prematurity patients treated with anti-VEGF followed by laser photocoagulation

 

 

  • Review the options for IOL insertion in an aphakic eye lacking capsular support
  • Review the technique of inserting an Artisan Aphakic IOL
  • Review the known risks to using the Artisan Aphakic IOL in children
 

Metabolic Syndrome and the Aging Retina
Gavin Roddy, MD
 

 

 

 

Eggcentric Fundus Lesions
Saumya Shah, MD
Recorded 1.25.2021

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  • Review the associations of metabolic syndrome and glaucoma
  • Review the associations of metabolic syndrome and age-related macular degeneration
  • Review possible mechanisms of cellular injury common to metabolic syndrome, glaucoma, and age-related macular degeneration 

 

  • Describe findings of vitelliform lesions
  • Identify typical causes of genetic vitelliform lesions and acquired/atypical etiologies of vitelliform lesions
 

Hiding in Plain Sight: PPS Maculopathy
Andrew Barkmeier, MD
 

 

 

 

Chorioretinal Disorders of Preeclampsia/E-clampsia
Ali Salman, MD
Recorded 1.18.2021

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  • Recognize clinical exam findings in PPS maculopathy
  • Interpret retinal imaging characteristics of PPS maculopathy
  • Describe the risk factors for PPS maculopathy

 

 

  • Identify the basic pathophysiology of eclampsia/preeclampsia as it relates to the eye
  • Describe some of the retinal and choroidal causes of vision loss that may develop during eclampsia/preecampsia
  • Review management and considerations of the above pathologies
 

The Art of Prescribing Magnification
Vivien Wing Yip, MD
 

 

 

 

The Great Imitator
Blake Fortes, MD
Recorded 1.11.2021

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  • Understand optics of handheld magnifiers, stand magnifiers and microscopes
  • Calculate the equivalent power needed for reading
  • Determine how to prescribe magnification based on patients’ needs and physical limitations

 

  • Describe the differential diagnosis of intermediate uveitis
  • Review the ocular manifestations of syphilis
  • Summarize the management of syphilis
 

Secondary IOL placement in children
Eric Kim, MD
 

 

 

 

A case of Painless Proptosis
Marybeth Farazdaghi, MD
Recorded 1.4.2021

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  • Identify important factors to be considered for secondary intraocular lens (IOL) placement in children
  • Recognize the role of IOL optic capture in preventing visual axis opacification in children

 

 

  • Review the differential diagnosis of proptosis in an adolescent patient
  • Discuss the characteristics and management of juvenile psammomatoid ossifying fibroma

 

 

 

Sarcoidosis
Ankur Mehra, MD
 

 

 

 

 

Recurrent Painful Diplopia
Francisco Moreno Sanchez, MD
Recorded 12.7.2020

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  • Understand the presentation and diagnosis of ocular sarcoidosis
  • Identify possible treatment options for ocular sarcoidosis

 

 

 

  • Integrate the differential diagnosis of painful ophthalmoplegia
  • Identify the different etiologies of recurrent cranial nerve palsies
  • Review the International Classification of Headache Disorders and its application to ophthalmological entities

Unilateral Vision Loss: Optic Neuritis or a Masquerade
Kevin Chodnicki, MD
Recorded 11.30.2020

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  • Discuss the differential diagnosis of unilateral optic disc edema
  • Describe the difference between a 'typical' and 'atypical' optic neuritis
  • Summarize the usual presentation of optic nerve sheath meningiomas and how that may be altered in pregnancy

 

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In support of improving patient care, Mayo Clinic College of Medicine and Science is jointly accredited by the Accreditation Council for Continuing Medical Education (ACCME), the Accreditation Council for Pharmacy Education (ACPE), and the American Nurses Credentialing Center (ANCC) to provide continuing education for the healthcare team.

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  • 10.50 AMA PRA Category 1 Credit
  • 10.50 Attendance
 
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