The Resource Perioperative Visual Loss in Ocular and Nonocular Surgery
- Perioperative Visual Loss in Ocular and Nonocular Surgery
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- MS Lee, KR Armbrust
- Although the experience is uncommon, a patient may awaken after successful nonocular surgery with visual loss, resulting in an emergent ophthalmologic consultation. This scenario has become an important medico-legal issue, and the consulting ophthalmologist must accurately diagnose and document the cause of the visual loss. Ophthalmologists should also become familiar with causes of visual loss or visual field loss following ocular surgery in order to perform the appropriate evaluation, avoid unnecessary testing, and facilitate discussion with the patient. This module reviews the types of perioperative visual loss that can result from ocular and nonocular surgery, with an emphasis on neuro-ophthalmologic causes
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