DOUBLE TROUBLE: ALLEVIATING VARIABLE DIPLOPIA WITH MONOVISION CONTACT LENSES IN A PATIENT WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND MYASTHENIA GRAVIS

Title DOUBLE TROUBLE: ALLEVIATING VARIABLE DIPLOPIA WITH MONOVISION CONTACT LENSES IN A PATIENT WITH MULTIPLE SCLEROSIS AND MYASTHENIA GRAVIS
Author, Co-Author Shelly Lomax
Topic Residents Day
Year
2016
Day
Saturday
Program Number
R2016110
Room
Ballroom A-B
Affiliation
Southern College of Optometry
Abstract

Symptoms of diplopia and ptosis in a patient with multiple sclerosis lead to the rare concurrent diagnosis of myasthenia gravis. When traditional treatments are unsuccessful in alleviating incomitant diplopia, monovision contact lenses should be considered.

Affiliation of Co-Authors
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