1. Utilize several different types of eye examination (e.g., slit lamp examination, and ophthalmoscope) methods and how to interpret the results accurately.
2. Recognize globe rupture, avoid complications.
3. Distinguish the signs and symptoms of hyphema and how to treat it in an urgent care setting.
4. Identify possible etiologies of acute red eye.
5. Diagnose complications associated with diabetes and diabetic eye disease.
6. Identify and treat retinal detachment.
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Theodor W. Pesch, MD, PhD, Course Chair, Wilmington, Delaware
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