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.

Treating Persistent Pupillary Membranes

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

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.

Pediatric Glaucoma: A Review of the Basics

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

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.

Managing Periocular Capillary Hemangioma

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

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.