|Amaurosis fugax||Transient partial or complete loss of vision in one eye -
TX: If it does not resolve spontaneously, treatment is recommended within an hour of the occlusion
|Glaucoma||Open-angle glaucoma: most common, aqueous outflow obstruction
Acute narrow angle-closure glaucoma: Iris against lens, dark environment, acute loss of vision, nausea, and vomiting.
Acute narrow angle-closure glaucoma
Chronic open-angle glaucoma
|Scleritis||Inflammation of the sclera associated with systemic immunologic disease, such as rheumatoid arthritis
TX: Refer the patient for prompt evaluation by an ophthalmologist.
|Strabismus (ReelDx)||Strabismus is defined as any form of ocular misalignment
Tx: Patch exercises, if untreated after age two, amblyopia results