Ophthalmology Objective Distribution

Mandatory Selective Ophthalmology Objectives

10337 Recognize issues in medical ophthalmology by describing when it is appropriate to refer a patient to an ophthalmologist
10333 Describe the common types of uveitis: anterior and posterior and their different etiologies.
10334 Discuss the different glaucomas (congenital, acute angle, angle closure, and secondary) in terms of their etiologies, manifestations, treatment and prognosis.
10335 Distinguish between orbital and periorbital cellulitis and describe the four important signs.
10336 Describe the basic use of diagnostic and therapeutic drugs in ophthalmology.
10325 Demonstrate the approach to a systematic eye exam.
10326 Discuss the principle of pinhole vision.
10327 Demonstrate the ability to use direct ophthalmoscopy.
10328 Demonstrate the ability to use a slit lamp.
10330 Discuss the indications for, and how to perform, a cover test for strabismus.
10331 Discuss the eight steps for assessing a red eye and differentiate between what is serious and what is not.
10331 Differentiate between major and minor eye injuries and know when to refer.
10324 Demonstrate the ability to perform an appropriate history on a patient with an ophthalmic problem.
10329 Describe the different strabismus conditions.
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