Bryan S. Sires

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PURPOSE To determine the significance of flash visual evoked potentials (FVEP) in the evaluation of patients with traumatic optic neuropathy (TON). METHODS Eleven head-injured patients admitted to our center were diagnosed with unilateral TON. For every patient, FVEPs were obtained in both the affected eye and the unaffected eye. The normal eye thus(More)
PURPOSE To determine pathways of sympathetic nerves from the orbital apex to the eyelids in human cadaver tissue using immunohistochemistry. METHODS Human cadaver orbit tissue was sectioned and immunolabeled with a monoclonal antityrosine hydroxylase antibody. RESULTS In the orbital apex, the nasociliary, frontal, lacrimal, and maxillary branches of the(More)
A 32-year-old female who underwent scleral buckle removal presented 5 weeks postoperatively with a red, fluctuant subconjunctival mass. CT scan identified an irregularly bordered, hypoattenuated lesion next to the globe with the density of air. Ophthalmic plastic and reconstructive surgeons were consulted to evaluate orbital cellulitis with intraorbital(More)
The assessment of traumatic optic neuropathy in a neurologically impaired patient is difficult, and the size of the optic nerve has been suggested as a potential adjunct in differential diagnosis. This controlled retrospective study was designed to evaluate the size of the optic nerve involved in traumatic optic neuropathy when compared to the optic nerve(More)
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