David R Hardten

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The case is described of a 15-year-old girl with papilledema and visual obscurations caused by a rare lesion, Masson's vegetant intravascular hemangioendothelioma, within the venous sinus at the torcular herophili. This lesion impeded cranial venous outflow, leading to intracranial hypertension.
This paper reviews recent advances and investigation in the treatment of ocular surface pathology. There is significant investment in this area, paralleling the growing demand for more effective alternatives to current treatments. Clinicians are becoming more aware of surface pathology, yet the ability to treat the most common forms of ocular pathology are(More)
Optic nervehead swelling is most frequently caused by ocular or intracranial lesions. The case presented here demonstrates that the spinal subarachnoid space must also be considered as a potential site for a lesion causing optic nervehead swelling. A 56-year-old man is presented with an intraspinal lumbar paraganglioma associated with increased(More)
PURPOSE To analyze intraocular lens (IOL) orientation data from an online toric back-calculator (astigmatismfix.com) for determining if differences were apparent by lens type. METHODS A retrospective review of astigmatismfix.com toric back-calculations that included IOL identification and intended orientation axis. RESULTS Of 12,812 total validated(More)
BACKGROUND Patients with endothelial disease also often have scarring or surface corneal disease. This study examined the outcomes of phototherapeutic keratectomy (PTK) performed in patients with prior Descemet's stripping endothelial keratoplasty (DSEK). METHODS This retrospective case series examined all patients undergoing PTK after DSEK in a single(More)
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