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Management Options for the Treatment of Diplopia

Management Options for the Treatment of Diplopia

Management Options for the Treatment of Diplopia

Richard London, MA, OD
Richard London, MA, OD
on behalf of Pacific University - College of Optometry

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Launch date: 18 Aug 2015

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Last updated: 26 Jun 2016

Reference: 159399

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Description

Diplopia is a distressing symptom that can greatly compromise a patient’s quality of life. It also provides the clinician with unique challenges because a sudden onset of diplopia may be the harbinger of significant medical problems. Diplopia can be idiopathic, due to neural dysfunction, or it can result from mechanical eye movement restrictions. Following any required medical treatment, efficient prescription of prisms, lenses, and/or vision therapy for the management of diplopia can greatly improve patient comfort and visual function.

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To understand medical treatment, efficient prescription of prisms, lenses, and/or vision therapy for the management of diplopia to greatly improve patient comfort and visual function of patients
Richard London, MA, OD

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Richard London, MA, OD
on behalf of Pacific University - College of Optometry

Dr. London's areas of expertise and interest include binocular vision, rehabilitative optometry, vision therapy, and pediatric optometry. Dr. London was the editor-in-chief of Mosby’s Optometric Problem Solving series and is currently working under a National Eye Institute grant for a series of multi-center studies on amblyopia. Dr. London is a Fellow and Diplomate of the American Academy of Optometry. Dr. London has received the President's Award for Professional Education and the Advancement of Science Award from the Neuro-optometric Rehabilitation Association.

Dr. London was the 2011 selection for the Dr. & Mrs. Dominick M. Maino Visiting Professor Program. The program is used to bring nationally/internationally recognized experts in the fields of pediatric optometry/ophthalmology, binocular vision, vision and learning, and/or special populations to the Illinois College of Optometry (ICO) campus.

Not only has Dr. London been busy on the lecture circuit, he was the chapter editor for “Brain Trauma” and the author of the section on “Diplopia” in the recently released Ocular Therapeutics Handbook by Onofrey, Skorin and Holdeman.

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This course has been certified by or provided by the following Certified Organization/s:

  • Accreditation Council on Optometric Education (ACOE)
  • 2.00 Hours -
    Exam Attempts: 3
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    Exam Pass Rate: 60
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    Reference number: 557690

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