Quiz: Possible Glaucoma Diagnosis Using AI

An 18-year-old male is referred to you for possible glaucoma. While the measured intraocular pressures are normal at the time of your evaluation, 18mmHg right eye and 17mmHg left eye, the cup-to-disc ratio is noted to be abnormally large, around 0.6 in each eye by your visual estimate. To help further evaluate these optic nerves, … Read more

Quiz: Loss of Vision & Mild Hypertension

A 52-year-old male presents with complaints of gradual loss of vision in his left eye over the past year. He has no other complaints or symptoms and his medical history is reported as negative except for mild hypertension. Blood pressure is 120/70. Best corrected visual acuity is 20/20 right eye and Counting Fingers at 5 … Read more

Quiz: Decreased Vision, No Other Symptoms

A 27-year-old female presents with a 7-year history of decreased vision in both eyes. She has no other symptoms or complaints. Preceding ocular, medical, and social histories are all unremarkable. Best corrected visual acuity is 20/40 right eye and 20/32 left eye. Slit lamp examination reveals the findings seen in these photos of the right … Read more