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

Shelly Lomax

Full Outline

Download Full Outline

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.

Details

Year: 2016

Program Number: R2016110

Author Affiliation: Southern College of Optometry

Co-Authors: n/a

Co-Author Affiliation: n/a

Room: Ballroom A-B