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Ophthalmology Morning Report

Case Reports


At the University of Colorado School of Medicine Department of Ophthalmology, we hold Morning Report on Wednesdays and Grand Rounds on Fridays.  Morning Report consists of residents presenting classic, complex, and interesting cases in ophthalmology.  These cases are discussed amongst faculty members on diagnosis and management.  Grand Rounds consists of presentations by visiting clinicians and researchers and our faculty, fellows, and residents on more difficult cases to the entire Ophthalmology department.

This website is an expanding educational resource of our case presentations for medical students, residents, and physicians.  These cases that have been presented at the University of Colorado School of Medicine are organized by sub-specialty.  All cases have been reviewed by an attending on our faculty for content.  These cases are intended for educational purposes, and not patient information. Please review the disclaimers below.

 

Index of Cases by Condition

 Cornea and Refractive

 
​Acanthamoeba Keratitis Richard Cannon​, MD​
​Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome Emily McCourt, MD
​Terrien’s Marginal Degeneration ​Avni Shah, MD
 2

 Glaucoma

 
Glaucoma Drainage Device Occlusion​ Ashley Laing, MD
Hypotony ​Maculopathy Geetha Athappilly, MD
Morbidity and Blindness​ ​​Lauren Zimski, MD
Selective Laser Trabeculoplasty Leonard Seibold​, MD​
 1

 Neuro-ophthalmology

 
Optic Atrophy ​Logan Christensen, MD​​
 3

 Orbit and Oculoplastics

 
​Capillary Hemangioma ​Lisa Wong, MD​​
 4

 Pediatric Ophthalmology

 
Congentinal Cataracts Brad Gustave, MD​
​Goldenhaar Syndrome ​Matthew Sniegowski, MD
​       Horner Syndrome (soon) ​Gabriela Rodríguez-Colón, MD
​​Juvenile Xanthogranuloma ​Jeffrey Kennedy, MD
Optic Nerve Hypoplasia ​Liliya Golas, MD
Peters Anomaly ​Daniel Corbett, MD
 5

 Retina

 
Central Retinal Vein Occlusion Emily McCourt, MD
 6

 Strabismus

7

 Uveitis

8

 PLACEHOLDER1

 
​Acanthamoeba Keratitis Richard Cannon​, MD​
​Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome Emily McCourt, MD
 9

 PLACEHOLDER2

 
​Acanthamoeba Keratitis Richard Cannon​, MD​
​Iridocorneal Endothelial Syndrome Emily McCourt, MD
 10


Disclaimer:  

  • Presentations are made available on this website for review purposes only
  • Presentations posted to this website were given by ophthalmology residents and fellows at morning report to initiate discussion
  • Treatment modalities provided in the presentations may not be medically proven fact and should not be used to guide treatment of any conditions
  • The University of Colorado (the University) is not responsible for any content contained in the presentations posted to this website. The information contained on University web pages is not intended to be nor is it a substitute for professional medical advice. The posted presentations are provided for educational purposes only. Nothing contained on this website or in the presentations is intended to be for medical diagnosis or treatment 
 

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Although these cases provide a little information on the typical presentation of various ophthalmic diseases it should not replace a personal consultation with an ophthalmologist, other eye care provider, or other medical professional. Use of this website and presentations is not intended to nor does it create a physician-patient or healthcare provider-patient relationship between the University and the user. Always seek the advice of your physician or other qualified healthcare provider prior to starting any new treatment or with any question you may have regarding a medical condition.
 

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