7YO African American Male presents with a pigmented conjunctival lesion.

Chiefs Rounds Presenter: Alina Yang, MD - Wills Eye Hospital Resident

On Friday mornings at 7AM, tables are turned during Chiefs’ Rounds. Two cases are presented as unknowns by the residents to the Service Chiefs and Attending Staff. Chiefs’ Rounds provide a chance for the residents to see their Attending Staff think through the clinical presentation, differential diagnosis, and management of a difficult case. This approach invariably leads to a lively discussion among the staff and remains a vital teaching tool in resident education.

 
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Chiefs Rounds November 11, 2020
Chiefs Rounds Presenter Alina Yang, MD - Wills Eye Hospital Resident

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