Well, relatively painless, the learning I mean. In one of my favorite episodes to date, Dr. Ali Hamedani, Section Editor for our Neuro-ophthalmology and neuro-otology section at BrainWaves, discusses the clinical approach to painless causes of double vision. Lots to learn in this episode so check it out!
And to give you a background on Ali, he is the kind of guy you go to with questions about your unusual patient. His dedication to patient care is equaled only by his encyclopedic knowledge of neurology. He also schools me on sepsis from time to time. But not large vessel disease. His later talk addressed the localization of nystagmus–nystagmuses–nystagmi? And you can check this out here!
For now, enjoy this painless episode delivered by Dr. Hamedani.
This episode was vetted and approved by Grant Liu.
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