The Blind Side

A 55 year old Farmer presented to the Emergency Department with sudden onset decreased vision, pain and bleeding from his right eye…

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Popping Out

It’s a busy Friday night in the emergency department and another facial injury presents following an alleged assault to the right eye.…

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Atraumatic Red Eye

Identifying the clinical features of the different types of conjunctivitis and describe appropriate investigation and management…

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Under Pressure

A 59-year-old man presented to Emergency department at 11pm with acute onset severe (9/10) generalised headache and vomiting which started at the dinner table at 5pm…

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September 2019

This month we have Guideline CVA part 2 | Paper 1 – New in EM cervical artery dissection | Belfast CPD 2019 Acute Ophthalmology | New in EM: NACSTOP trial – early cessation of NAC in parac…

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Corneal Injuries

Eye injuries are a worldwide cause of visual morbidity and account for approximately half of all ophthalmological attendances to Emergency Departments…

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Eye infections

Most external eye infections pose little risk to life or vision. Orbital cellulitis is the exception…

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