Differential diagnosis in ophthalmology by stephen a vernon pp 192 1995 london manson publishing 1999 isbn 1 874545 90 1 this small handbook was meant to provide a differential diagnosis for those who provide eye care. Categorizing ophthalmologic conditions based on patients chief complaints we have found can help to narrow the differential diagnosis and home in on emergent signs and symptoms thus weve used that approach in this review. The aim of this text is to enable the reader to reach a fast and accurate diagnosis of disorders of the visual system based on the patients history and detailed examination. This reference is an essential first of its kind tool in ophthalmology specifically geared toward differential diagnosis pertinent information is succinctly provided for each disorder including diagnostic signs ocular and systemic associations causes and other indicators relating to patient history and confirmation of diagnosis. Brief hp a young male with no past medical history presents to the emergency department after assault he was punched multiple times in the face and has since noted double vision worse with upward gaze
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