Papilloedema is it or isn't it? Recorded Webinar
The session will assist practitioners in safely managing patients who are suspected of having swollen optic nerve heads.
We will discuss:
* The main features of papilloedema and pseudopapilloedema
* The examinations necessary in making a differential diagnosis
* Risk factors involved for each DDX
* Associated and important symptoms
* The importance of record keeping and reference to old records where possible
* The urgency of referral if referral is required
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