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Double trouble: when ocular motor nerves go horribly wrong
Please note we are currently delivering our webinars with speakers and the technical support team working remotely from each other. We aim to maintain our usual high standard of delivery but thank you for your understanding in the event of technical hitches.
This webinar will give delegates an overview of the anatomy of the cranial nerves involved in ocular motility and their surrounding structures, and will show how the common causes of nerve palsy arise.
A series of case studies, including patient videos will be used to demonstrate actual examples of ocular motor nerve palsies and show how they might manifest themselves in optometric practice.
A discussion on onward management and treatment solutions will also be outlined.
- To understand the role of pupil assessment in the detection of ocular motor nerve palsies
- To improve the understanding of common causes and risk factors of ocular motor nerve palsies
- To improve the detection and management of patients presenting with ocular motor nerve palsies and incommitant deviations
You will be able to claim one interactive CET point after attending this live session.
Terms and conditions
- To attend this webinar you must be a College of Optometrists' member.
- To obtain your interactive CET point you must ensure the following standards are met, you must:
- have a minimum attendance of 50 minutes
- complete a minimum of 4 of the 6 polls.
CET does not apply to students and pre-registration trainees.
How to join our webinar
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What members say about our webinars
"Overall, excellent as always." MCOptom
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What members say about Simon
"An excellent session from a speaker who was so enthusiastic he has inspired me to look at my old binocular vision notes!" MCOptom
"Brilliant presentation by a passionate practitioner!" MCOptom