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Direct ophthalmoscopy for the acute physicia – papilloedema and other abnormalities of the optic nerve head


Abstract Direct ophthalmoscopy is an essential part of the full systemic examination. However, the technique is challenging and time-consuming. In the acute medical setting therefore, it is advisable for the physician to identify the subgroup of patients in whom examination of the fundus is most likely to be helpful. Ophthalmoscopy…

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