Pediatric Patient

What’s New in Pediatric Corneal Transplants

A review of the advantages and disadvantages of our current options for corneal transplantation in children.

Sixth Cranial Nerve Dysfunction in Children

The significance of sixth cranial nerve dysfunction, and how to catch it in time for management to be successful.

How to Manage Juvenile Open-angle Glaucoma

Early diagnosis and aggressive treatment are paramount, since these patients are often initially asymptomatic.

Congenital Hereditary Endothelial Dystrophy

CHED is a rare corneal disorder. Treatment decisions depend on severity and are driven by a careful, observant clinical exam.

Ptosis: Diagnostic Tips & Surgical Options

Congenital blepharoptosis can occur in isolation or in conjunction with other ophthalmic and systemic findings.

The Many Faces of Coats’ Disease

Careful attention must be paid before and after the diagnosis of this mimicker of several ophthalmic diseases.

Telemedicine for ROP Screening

The population of premature infants is expected to grow. Telemedicine may help meet the demand for ROP screening.

How to Treat Persistent Fetal Vasculature

Successful treatment requires meticulous follow-up by pediatric ophthalmologists, and retina and contact lens specialists.

Albinism: What You Can do for Your Patients

Young patients with oculocutaneous albinism can benefit from traditional ophthalmological care and new low-vision devices.

Vigabatrin and Visual Field Loss in Children

The drug has a long history outside the United States in the treatment of epilepsy. Its use in children requires close follow-up.