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Thursday, August 15 • 9:15am - 10:15am
A clinically relevant approach to sudden blindness

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As the neurologists have taught us, neuroanatomical localization is one of the most important steps in the diagnosis and treatment of disease. When we apply this principle to the blind patient, we find that there are only 3 clinically important neuroanatomically localizing mechanisms that can lead to blindness. Each of these is very simply tested for in your clinic, and will enable you to offer your clients a tightly narrowed list of diagnoses, therapies, and prognosis based on this simple approach to otherwise potentially baffling presentations.

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David Maggs

Following graduation from the University of Melbourne in 1988, Prof. David Maggs spent 5 years in mixed practice throughout Australia, England, Scotland, and Wales. He then completed small animal and equine internships at Colorado State University, and a research fellowship and comparative... Read More →

Thursday August 15, 2019 9:15am - 10:15am AEST
Surfers Paradise Rooms 1 - 3 The Star Gold Coast