Course name | Date

Heavy Eye Syndrome/Adult Onset Esotropia Secondary to High Axial Myopia

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Michelle Attzs, MBBS, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Attzs, Capo
Heavy Eye Syndrome/Adult Onset Esotropia Secondary to High Axial Myopia A patient with history of amblyopia right eye, and no previous ocular surgery or childhood strabismus presents with large angle esotropia and hypotropia. Exam was notable for hand movements vision in the right eye and 20/20 in …

Slipped Medial Rectus Muscle

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Omar Abu Su’ud, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Craig A. McKeown, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Abu Su'ud, McKeown
Slipped Medial Rectus Muscle A patient with history of childhood esotropia presented to our clinic. She reported experiencing binocular visual confusion/jumping images and eye pain in the right eye. The patient was previously treated with prism glasses. Her exam was notable for a comitant esotropia…

Why Are We so Bad at Fixing XT? Contributors to Failure and Strategies for the Future

Type: Other Lectures
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Stephen P. Christiansen, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Christiansen

Marfan Syndrome with Ectopia Lentis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Akaanksh Shetty, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD; Jayanth Sridhar, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Capo, Shetty, Sridhar
Marfan Syndrome with Ectopia Lentis A young child presented to the ophthalmology clinic with blurry vision. Slit lamp examination was notable for superotemporally subluxed lenses in both eyes, along with a tall slender body frame. Due to these findings, the patient was referred to a geneticist and …

Brown Syndrome

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Omar Abu Su'ud, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Abu Su'ud, Capo
Brown Syndrome A patient was diagnosed with thyroid eye disease (TED) 2 years before presenting to our clinic. He complained of horizontal and vertical diplopia. The diplopia was constant and affected distance vision only. The patient was previously treated with teprotumumab. His exam was notable f…

Brown Syndrome

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Omar Abu Su'ud, MD; Hilda Capo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Abu Su'ud, Capo

Patient with Brown Syndrome with images and videos showing for esotropia which was worse in left gaze, hypotropia of left eye worse in right gaze and upgaze accompanied by limited elevation OS in adduction and incyclotorsion left eye, and restriction of extraocular movement of both eyes.

Simple Corectopia

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Alcina Lidder, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Ta Chen Peter Chang, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Chang, Lidder
Simple Corectopia An otherwise healthy patient without past ocular history presented with left eye irregular pupils since birth and no associated symptoms. The birth history was unremarkable. The examination under anesthesia was notable for visual acuity based on Teller Acuity Cards was approximate…

Persistent Fetal Vasculature

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Maria Paula Fernandez, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Fernandez
Persistent Fetal Vasculature This patient with past ocular history of leukocoria was referred forretinal evaluation. Ophthalmological evaluation under anesthesia was notable for a cataractous lens with spherical appearance,anterior segment dysplasia andpersistence of the iridohyaloid vessels and tu…

Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Mariam S. Vila-Delgado, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD; Craig A. McKeown, MD; Carlos E. Mendoza Santiesteban, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Capo, McKeown, Mendoza Santiesteban, Vila-Delgado
Hermansky-Pudlak Syndrome An infant was brought to the emergency department by his mother referred from his pediatrician after a routine well-child visit. Parents had noticed severe light sensitivity, but patient was otherwise developing well. Patient grimaced to light in both eyes but had poor fix…

Branchio-Oculo-Facial Syndrome and Coloboma

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Mariana Abi Karam, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Craig A. McKeown, MD; Carlos E. Mendoza Santiesteban, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Abi Karam, McKeown, Mendoza Santiesteban
Branchio-Oculo-Facial Syndrome and Coloboma A young child presented with light perception visual acuity in the right eye and white cataract. Some dysmorphic features were also documented such as wide nasal tip, prominent philtral pillars, hypertelorism, telecanthus, right ptosis, and malformed pinn…

Coloboma Associated with Branchio-Oculo-Facial Syndrome

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Mariana Abi Karam, MD; Craig A. McKeown, MD; Carlos E. Mendoza Santiesteban, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Abi Karam, McKeown, Mendoza Santiesteban

Coloboma associated with a systemic syndrome.

Juvenile Myasthenia Gravis

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Lulwa El Zein, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Craig A. McKeown, MD; Carlos E. Mendoza Santiesteban, MD
Presenter/Faculty: El Zein, McKeown, Mendoza Santiesteban
Juvenile Myasthenia Gravis A child previously healthy, presented to the ED with his mother for new onset right upper eyelid ptosis of few weeks duration. History was significant for variability in eye alignment over the past few months. Exam was notable for right upper eyelid ptosis with MRD1 of -2…

Coats' Plus Disease

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Maria Paula Fernandez, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Fernandez
Coats' Plus Disease An infant born prematurely via emergency cesarean section at 27-weeks due to IUGR and fetal distress weighting 650 g was referred for the evaluation of incomplete vascularization of the retina. After birth, the patient spent 117 days in the neonatal intensive care unit (NICU), w…

Optic Disc Drusen with Structural and Functional Changes

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Mariana Abi Karam, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD; Byron L. Lam, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Capo, Karam, Lam
Optic Disc Drusen with Structural and Functional Changes A young child presented with crossing of the eyes without headaches or associated neurologic symptoms. Visual acuity was OD 20/30 and OS 20/40. Motility examination demonstrated moderate angle esotropia with full versions. Intraocular pressur…

Coats Disease

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Benjamin R. Lin, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): J. William Harbour, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Harbour, Lin
Coats Disease An infant presented with suspected retinoblastoma after undergoing an exam under anesthesia (EUA) with an outside provider. On repeat exam under anesthesia, there were no mass lesions identified on indirect exam or ultrasound. Indirect exam revealed powdery yellow exudative changes an…

Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Michael J. Venincasa, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Venincasa
Familial Exudative Vitreoretinopathy A child with a history of full-term birth complicated by arrest of descent and resolved neonatal seizure with normal MRI and EEG was referred for evaluation of nystagmus. An examination under anesthesia was required, during which an electroretinogram demonstrate…

Sturge-Weber Syndrome

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Humberto Salazar, III, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Elena Bitrian, MD; J. William Harbour, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Bitrian, Harbour, Salazar
Sturge-Weber Syndrome A child was born with an extensive, bilateral, flat, red facial skin lesion that was initially flat and barely noticeable but over time has grown and become thicker and a deeper red color. He was born at term to a healthy mother, had no other lesions on his body, no other symp…

Optic Nerve Cyst and Coloboma

Type: Ophthalmic Images
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Original Contributor(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD; Nimesh A. Patel, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Patel

Optic nerve cyst (first image) that over time revealed an optic nerve coloboma (second image).

Ocular Neuromyotonia

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Mariam S. Vila-Delgado, MD
Faculty Discussant(s): Hilda Capo, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Capo, Vila-Delgado
Ocular Neuromyotonia A child with a history of left exotropia secondary to a congenital third nerve palsy treated with strabismus surgery and ptosis repair presented with sudden onset intermittent left upper lid twitching and involuntary eye movements. Patient had no previous history of intracrania…

Knobloch Syndrome

Type: Grand Rounds
Include in Catalogue?: Yes
Presenter(s): Benjamin J. Fowler, MD, PhD
Faculty Discussant(s): Audina M. Berrocal, MD; Craig A. McKeown, MD
Presenter/Faculty: Berrocal, Fowler, McKeown
Knobloch Syndrome An infant presented to the eye clinic with nystagmus. The patient underwent examination. Initial eye examination revealed horizontal nystagmus, a midline occipital scalp lesion, hypoplastic macula in both eyes, and high myopia (greater than -15.0 D in both eyes). Given a family hi…