Retinal Atlas: Hereditary Chorioretinal Dystrophy
What you'll learn
- Appreciate the Various Diseases of Hereditary Chorioretinal Dystrophy
- Be able to Distinguish Different Pathology Images of the Retina
- Predict the Natural Course of the Diseases Mentioned
- Successfully Attribute the Diseases to the Gene Mutations Causing them
- Medical Background is Advised.
+1,000 Images Giving an In-Depth Look of the Various Hereditary Chorioretinal Dystrophies Like Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy, X-Linked Juvenile Retinoschsis, Stargardt Disease, Best Disease, Usher Syndrome, Retinitis Pigmentosa, Macular Dystrophy, Gaucher Disease, Refsum Disease, Choroidal Dystrophy, Cone Dystrophy, Fabry Disease, Duchenne Muscular Dystrophy, Cohen Syndrome, Parry Rhomberg Syndrome, Niemann Pick Disease, MELAS (Mitochondrial Encephalopathy, Lactic Acidosis, and Stroke-like episodes) syndrome, Bardet Biedl Syndrome, Albinism, Marfan Syndrome, and Many More Diseases.
The Approach is to Talk about the Disease for a Brief Period to Orient the Learner to the Most Important Aspects Regarding its Origins, Pathogenesis, Diagnosis, Treatment, & Prognosis. This is Followed by a Detailed Discussion of the Various Retinal Images (as well as a few Anterior Segment Images) Describing the Disease and How it is Seen.
It is Supplemented with a Having More than One Image Per Disease Where it's Useful in Order to Hammer Home the Vital Points and to Make Sure the Learner Achieves Mastering of All the Concepts Presented in this Course.
This is the Only Course on Udemy which Teaches this Skill and It Perfects the Concepts it is Attempting to Deliver to Provide the Best Possible Gain for the Learner.
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Who this course is for:
- Medical Students
I am an Ophthalmologist with a master's degree in ophthalmology and with over 10 publications in the field of Ophthalmology as well as other related fields. I am an active participant on sites like Cybersight, OCT Club, Eyewiki. I am also a mentor in the Research Training Program by Duke University.
I plan to spread the knowledge further more through any platform I can reach to have better interaction with the audience, figure out their needs, & channel the process of learning through those requirements.