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Title
Refractive Corneal Inlays
Description:     
Modern corneal inlays are proving a viable option for the treatment of presbyopia. Inlays do not compromise contrast sensitivity as often occurs with monivision correction, and the devices may be removed easily as vision needs change.
Link :                      https://www.aao.org/annual-meeting-video/refractive-corneal-inlays
 Author  Vance Thompson
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Refractive Intervention/Management
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Refractive Accommodative Esotropia
Description:     
With incidence estimated at 2%, accommodative esotropia is one of the most common types of strabismus in childhood. This learning plan reviews various indications and treatment of refractive accommodative esotropia.
Link :                      https://www.aao.org/learning-plan-detail/refractive-accommodative-esotropia
 Author  American Academy of Ophthalmology
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Pediatric Ophthalmology/Strabismus
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Redefining Dry Eye Disease
Description:     
Dr. Anat Galor discusses the paradigm shift in the management of dry eye, beginning with a more detailed understanding of the mechanisms that result in ocular surface pain. While dry eye systems are identified at the ocular surface, the disease may be associated with systemic comorbidites and corneal neuropathy. The sensitivity to wind, light or dry environments that exacerbates inflammation in one patient can also provoke nonspecifc corneal pain in another. Clinicians must learn to distinguish the subtype of dry eye based on the disease mechanism. This important first step will inform diagnostic options and focus therapy on the origin of a patient's symptoms.
Link :                      http://www.aao.org/interview/redefining-dry-eye-disease
 Author  Anat Galor, Bennie H. Jeng
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Cornea/External Disease
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Red Eye Differential Diagnosis: PowerPoint Lecture for Medical Students
Description:     
Susan Lightman, FRCP, FRCOphth, PhD, Professor of Clinical Ophthalmology at Moorfields Eye Hospital, London, , 2007
Link :                      http://www.icoph.org/resources/25/Red-Eye-Differential-Diagnosis-PowerPoint-Lecture-for-Medical-Students-.html
 Author  Susan Lightman
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Medical Knowledge
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Reconstruction Following Blunt Trauma
Description:     
In this video Dr. Ike Ahmed manages a complex case of blunt trauma in which the patient presents with a dislocated cataract, an atonic pupil, and hypotony secondary to a cyclodialysis cleft.
Link :                      http://www.aao.org/clinical-video/reconstruction-following-blunt-trauma
 Author  Ike Ahmed
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Cataract/Anterior Segment
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19 Aug 2021



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RCSI Basic Surgical Skills Videos
Description:     
The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland (RCSI) Basic Skills Videos surgical library offers clear, simple and well illustrated short videos on basic surgical skills. While these are not specifically microsurgical skills videos, they are very useful for any surgical trainee, including ophthalmic. Basic techniques are covered, such as universal knot tying principles, horizontal and vertical mattress sutures, and subcuticular sutures using a skills board which helps the trainee to then practice the observed skills.
Link :                      http://msurgery.ie/basic-skills
 Author  The Royal College of Surgeons in Ireland
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Patient Care
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Puntos de Vista: Primary Eye Care Manual
Description:     
This manual focuses on primary eye care tasks that can be performed by community health care workers. The manual covers vision screening and basic eye care exams which can be conducted in a variety of clinical and non-clinical settings, as well as eye care education, first aid, and primary eye care in the field.
Link :                      http://www.migrantclinician.org/files/resourcebox/Eyecare.pdf
 Author  Migrant Clinicians Network, Interprofessional Fosteringof Ophthalmic Care for Underserved Sectors, The Rural Women Health's Project, and Community Health Education Concepts Migrant Health Branch Primary Health Care
Category                 Curricula and training programs
 Language English
 Competency Patient Care
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



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PubMed Tutorial
Description:     
A variety of resources for learning how to navigate and search PubMed.
Link :                      http://www.nlm.nih.gov/bsd/disted/pubmedtutorial/index.html
 Author  National Library of Medicine USA
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
 Competency Patient Care
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19 Aug 2021



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Publications: National Library of Medicine (USA)
Description:     
Once you get to the link, you will see a list of all ophthalmological publications listed in the National Library of Medicine (USA). The list is sorted by publication date. To change the display of the list (once you are there): Click on "Display Settings" in the upper left hand of the screen. You will find options to change the format, how many results show per page, and the way results are sorted.
Link :                      http://www.ncbi.nlm.nih.gov/nlmcatalog?term=ophthalmology
 Author  National Library of Medicine
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
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 Date added
19 Aug 2021



Title
Project "Eyemovie:" Motion Visualization of Eye Defects
Description:     
Project "Eyemovie" is a computer-maniuplated video movie that is simulates the visual perception of a person suffering from vaious eye defects. This is an excellent educational tool for clinical personnel, medical students, medical doctors, and patients.
Link :                      http://autonomy.caltech.edu/biomedicine/project_eyemovie.html
 Author  California Institute of Technology
Category                 Resources for teaching
 Language English
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19 Aug 2021