Author | Leonid Skorin, Jr, DO

Articles

Bilateral Iris Colobomas

April 01, 2008

The patient's medical history was unremarkable. He had been born via normal vaginal delivery. His father had a history of strabismus. The child had fix-and-follow vision in both eyes. Extraocular muscle movement appeared normal. A Hirschberg test showed orthophoria. A Bruckner test showed symmetrical red reflexes in both eyes. Cycloplegic refraction revealed moderate hyperopic correction, which was symmetrical in both eyes. No retinal or optic nerve head defects were noted on dilated fundus examination.

Photoclinic: Bilateral Epiblepharon

September 01, 2006

Two children--one with a history of infection, the other with a history of an allergic reaction--were noted to have postinflammatory hyperpigmentation.

Pediatrics Update: Amblyopia Therapy Is for Older Children Too

December 01, 2005

Pediatrics Update: Amblyopia Therapy Is for Older Children Too