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A young and healthy patient’s mishap at a rock concert leads him to seek treatment at Wills.
When a patient’s decreased visual acuity following cataract surgery persists, she is referred to the Neuro-ophthalmology Service.
Failure to adhere to a prescribed drug treatment has dire consequences for a young boy referred to the Wills ER.
New-onset ‘crossed-eyes’ are blamed for a minor accident, but the driver’s other problems lead to a request for evaluation.
Decreased vision follows a recent history of sinusitis, fever, headache and other symptoms in a healthy, young patient.
‘Pulsating bubbles’ in his peripheral vision and vision loss prompt a patient’s referral to Wills’ Neuro-ophthalmology and Retina Services.
A contact lens wearer develops a corneal ulcer that is nonresponsive to multiple therapies.
After a two-year progression of pain in her eye, a woman visits her ophthalmologist. Following an MRI, she is admitted for a craniotomy.
After initial success with treatment for bacterial keratitis, a young man’s condition dertiorates, prompting a visit to the Cornea Service.
High myopia and nystagmus in a young child prompt a referral to the Wills Pediatric Ophthalmology and Ocular Genetics Department.
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