An Ophthalmology education podcast for OKAP and board review, with additional interview and ”boot camp” episodes! Tune in weekly with your hosts Ben Young, Andrew Pouw, and Amanda Redfern as we review high yield topics in the time it takes to commute.
The Rings of Trauma
Ben and Andrew review the seven rings of ocular trauma, a closed globe injury phenomenon.
Amanda and Ben do a rapid fire, oral boards style review of entropion.
To those taking oral boards this week, the whole team wishes you the best of luck!
Ben and Amanda do a rapid review of what to think about when encountering pseudostrabismus on oral boards or in the clinic.
This is part of our oral boards review series, which is designed for review in the style of oral boards, and may not be as in-depth as our regular episodes.
Bilateral Disc Edema
Amanda rapidly reviews the differential, workup and management of bilateral disc edema with Ben.
This is part of our oral boards review series which is designed for rapid review in the style of oral boards, and does not delve as deeply into topics as our standard episodes.
Unilateral Disc Edema
Amanda and Ben review differential diagnosis and management if you're presented with a patient with unilateral disc edema, either for oral boards or in the clinic.
This is part of our oral boards review series for rapid review, and won't go into as full depth as our more focused episodes.
Today, we do a fast-paced review of pediatric exotropia for the oral boards or the clinic.
(Edit: But not THAT fast, if you downloaded a previous version of this episode that was playing at a higher speed, it has now been fixed!)
I’m a practicing optometrist and listen daily on the way to clinic. Useful reviews on many conditions, especially less common ones, and I enjoy that these are often accompanied by up to date literature reviews and clinical experiences. It’s like an audio Wills Eye Manual, with hilarious hosts. I also enjoy the random guest topics. I recommend this show all the time to colleagues. You guys are helping eye doctors everywhere, please continue a long time. Thank you!
Spectacular Review of Ophthalmology!
Erudite, focused, high information content. The speakers are intelligent, well informed, unpretentious, entertaining and have a good sense of humor. I have practiced Oculoplastic Surgery for over 30 years and am grandfathered out of retaking the boards. I am listening to these because they are fun, interesting and bring back and update hardwired Ophthalmology information from my resident days. A+
Very cool podcast reviewing high yield ophthalmology. Particularly useful for written board and OKAP prep. Have listened to many episodes multiple times.