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Course Spotlight: Rare Case Symposium

Posted By Michael P. Kelly, FOPS, Thursday, May 30, 2013
Updated: Thursday, May 30, 2013

Photo Credit:  Michael P. Kelly, FOPS

The Rare Case Symposium 2013 promises to be an outstanding hour ofinteresting cases from across the globe!  We have speakers bringing cases from as far away as Saudi Arabia and Hawaii.  Into our thirteenth year, this lively symposium always includes fascinating cases that feature ocular imaging made by all the various modalities.  We have been wowed by cases of tarantula hairs in the cornea, frosted-branch angiitis, seratia marcesens, diffuse unilateral subacute neuroretinitis, tumors, infections, fungi, parasites, lyme disease, leeches, choroideremia, trauma, posterior scleritis, and even the feared Loa Loa worm! The atmosphere is fun and relaxed which lends itself to audience participation and questions; we all learn from each other and enjoy every minute of it.  The Rare Case Symposium is always a treat both educationally and visually.  See you there!


Michael P. Kelly, FOPS

Vice Chair, OPS Board of Education

 

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Sarah M. Armstrong, CRA, OCT-C, FOPS says...
Posted Monday, June 3, 2013
Great image Mike! I've seen a heart in the cornea!
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