David Stager

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Anthony Stentz, Herman Herman, Alonzo Kelly, Eric Meyhofer, G. Clark Haynes, David Stager, Brian Zajac, J. Andrew Bagnell, Jordan Brindza, Christopher Dellin, Michael George, Jose Gonzalez-Mora, Sean Hyde, Morgan Jones, Michel Laverne, Maxim Likhachev, Levi Lister, Matt Powers, Oscar Ramos∗, Justin Ray, David Rice, Justin Scheifflee, Raumi Sidki†,(More)
PURPOSE Dense congenital unilateral cataracts may compromise visual development through visual deprivation and biased interocular competition, whereas dense congenital bilateral cataracts compromise visual development primarily through visual deprivation alone. Differences in sensory deficits between the two patient groups with these disorders may reflect(More)
PURPOSE To determine the maturational course of nasotemporal asymmetry in infantile esotropia and to define the relationships among the symmetry of the motion visual evoked potential (MVEP), eye alignment, fusion, and stereopsis. METHODS Sixty healthy term infants and 34 infants with esotropia participated. Nasotemporal MVEP asymmetry was assessed by the(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate whether very early treatment for congenital unilateral cataract results in better long-term functional outcomes, grating acuity, contrast sensitivity, recognition acuity, and random-dot stereoacuity were evaluated in two groups of children. METHODS Grating acuity and contrast sensitivity data were obtained with standard forced-choice(More)
PURPOSE Cost-utility analysis evaluates the cost of medical care in relation to the gain in quality-adjusted life years (QALYs). Our purpose was to develop a cost model for surgical care for adult strabismus, to estimate the mean cost per case, to determine the associated gain in QALYs, and to perform cost-utility analysis. METHODS A cost model(More)
Sensory and motor status were evaluated prospectively in a group of 84 infantile esotropes with fixation preference. Treatment consisted of part-time occlusion therapy, spectacles for bilateral hyperopia of 3.0 diopters or more and bimedial rectus recession. Successful occlusion therapy was associated with both a decrease in fixation preference and a(More)
INTRODUCTION We examined the critical period for deprivation amblyopia in a cohort of patients with dense bilateral congenital cataracts to investigate the optimum timing for surgical treatment. METHODS Thirty-seven infants with dense bilateral congenital cataracts that were extracted by 31 weeks of age were enrolled prospectively. Visual acuity outcome(More)
For the past several years, we have been performing unilateral lateral rectus recessions in patients with small- to moderate-angle intermittent or constant exotropia. We report a 73% success rate in 45 patients undergoing 6- to 10-millimeter unilateral lateral rectus recessions in exotropia with a minimum of 6 months' follow up. The success rate increased(More)
PURPOSE To establish the English-language version of the Amblyopia and Strabismus Questionnaire (ASQE). DESIGN Prospective cohort study. METHODS A structured translation process was followed to generate the ASQE, a 26-item instrument (originally in Dutch) containing five subscales for fear of losing the better eye, distance estimation, visual(More)
PurposeMonocular amblyopia treatment (patching or penalization) does not always result in 6/6 vision and amblyopia often recurs. As amblyopia arises from abnormal binocular visual experience, we evaluated the effectiveness of a novel home-based binocular amblyopia treatment.MethodsChildren (4–12 y) wore anaglyphic glasses to play binocular games on an iPad(More)