Pediatrics

The Many Faces of Coats’ Disease

Careful attention must be paid before and after the diagnosis of this mimicker of several ophthalmic diseases.
07/06/2015

Telemedicine for ROP Screening

The population of premature infants is expected to grow. Telemedicine may help meet the demand for ROP screening.
05/05/2015

How to Treat Persistent Fetal Vasculature

Successful treatment requires meticulous follow-up by pediatric ophthalmologists, and retina and contact lens specialists.
02/05/2015

Albinism: What You Can do for Your Patients

Young patients with oculocutaneous albinism can benefit from traditional ophthalmological care and new low-vision devices.
11/11/2014

Treating Persistent Pupillary Membranes

Three cases illustrate how to treat this condition, which can afflict infants to young adults.
10/06/2014

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.
07/07/2014

Pediatric Glaucoma: A Review of the Basics

Despite similarities to glaucoma in adults, the clinical findings and surgical management of pediatric glaucoma vastly differ.
04/02/2014

A Primer on Cortical Visual Impairment

We owe the parents of children with CVI a better explanation of their child’s condition. Here’s a look at how to start providing one.
09/05/2013

Managing Periocular Capillary Hemangioma

Though benign, these lesions can have significant systemic and ocular consequences and require early intervention.
06/05/2013

Bevacizumab in the Treatment of ROP

The anti-VEGF drug may have promise in treatment of retinopathy of prematurity, but uncertainty still surrounds its use.
04/05/2013