Cynthia Oliva, MD

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Assistant Professor of Emergency Medicine 
Medical University of South Carolina 

Fellowship - EMS: Virginia Commonwealth University
Residency: Prisma Health/Midlands
Medical school: University of South Carolina School of Medicine - Columbia

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Managing acute angle closure glaucoma in the ED involves decreasing intraocular pressure caused by excess aqueous humor. Once the diagnosis is made, steps can be initiated to rapidly decrease the pres
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Acquired methemoglobinemia, a pathologic condition due to elevated quantities of methemoglobin in the blood, is an infrequent presentation in a healthy adult patient. This case illustrates the risk as