Diana Tierney

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Damage to the visual system often occurs after head injury. Clinical manifestations of visual system dysfunction may be monocular or binocular, and may include reduced visual acuity, visual field loss, and in some cases complete blindness. This paper reviews and updates nine cases of visual dysfunction secondary to closed head trauma. Pathophysiology,(More)
Amblyopia is most effectively treated, in most cases, during the first and second decade of life. Generally, the earlier the treatment, the higher probability of success. The frequency of vision loss in the good eye in patients with monocular amblyopia is between 0.1 and 0.2%. This case report describes a 65-year-old male with successful recovery of vision(More)
Definition and configuration of clinical content in an enterprise-wide electronic health record (EHR) implementation is highly complex. Sharing of data definitions across applications within an EHR implementation project may be constrained by practical limitations, including time, tools, and expertise. However, maintaining rigor in an approach to data(More)
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