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Webinar: Pinpointing Pesky Pupillary Problems
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One hour online webinar on Wednesday, December 12, 2018 starting at 9:00 pm EST, ending at 10:00 pm EST. This is the only time this webinar will be available.

When: Wednesday, December 12, 2018
9:00 pm - 10:00 pm
Where: Online
United States
Contact: Barbara McCalley

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Webinars will be conducted online.  Participants must view the webinar from a computer with internet access.  Audio can be heard either through the computer or from a phone.  It is recommended to use a headset with mic when listening through the computer.  Paid participants will receive an email with the exact login information 24 hours prior to the webinar.


Accurately recognizing and documenting an abnormal pupil response is extremely important, especially if you will be dilating a patient prior to leaving the room. While changes in pupil size within the clinic are often the result of a direct stimulus, there is a possibility that it could also be an indicator of a bigger problem. This course will explain how to perform and document a proper pupil examination.  Examples of common pupillary defects will be shown.  At the end of the course the attendee will be able to identify and document an APD, differentiate between an anatomic pupil anomaly and an abnormal pupil reaction.  Also the role of the pupil in accommodation and recognizing common diagnoses that could cause changed in pupil size shape and reaction.


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