By Dr. Eduardo Mayorga
This article is for OPHTALMOLGISTS, RESIDENTS, AND RESIDENT TRAINERS
How much do you know about “Normal-tension glaucoma”?
Would you be able to answer the following questions?
- What is the best therapeutic approach for treating progressive normal-tension glaucoma (NTG)?
- What are the findings of the Collaborative Normal-Tension Glaucoma Study?
- What condition is suggestive of a vasospastic phenomenon in a patient with normal-tension glaucoma?
- In a patient with normal-tension glaucoma, what features may corneal pachymetry show?
Learn and get CME credits at AAO ONE Network
If you are not able to answer or you are not sure, access this short “Normal-tension glaucoma” course at the AAO ONE Network. Use the link below to learn and get credits.
If you train residents, use this course as a ‘Flipped classroom” Click here to learn how to flip a classroom
What you will need to do to access the course: Read all instructions before going to the links
- Click on this link when you are ready to go to the course
- You will need to log in to the ONE Network. For this you need either:
- be a member of the AAO or
- have already access to the ONE Network trough your ophthalmological society.
How do I get access to the ONE Network if I do not have access already?
- Check if the ophthalmological society you are a member of is listed in this link, if so,
- Write to email@example.com, asking for access to the ONE Network
- Remember to provide: Your first and last name, your email, your country, and the ophthalmological society you are a member of.
- The AAO will verify your eligibility and send you the instructions on how to access ONE