Fredric J Gross

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Globe luxation is a painful and potentially vision-threatening condition in which the globe becomes trapped behind the eyelids requiring physician intervention in the emergency department or eye clinic. On presentation, the patient typically complains of an inability to close their eye, severe foreign body sensation, decreased vision, and significant eye(More)
In this randomized prospective study, the cumulative dissipated energy and case time of pop and chop and of traditional four-quadrant divide and conquer in the first 60 cases (in total 120 eyes) of cataract surgery performed by two residents at the Veterans Administration Hospital in Hampton, Virginia, were compared. Overall and individually, the residents(More)
A 35-year-old HIV-positive woman with painful ophthalmoplegia, sensory loss extending to all branches of the trigeminal nerve, and progressive optic neuropathy was found to have eosinophilic granuloma of the cavernous sinus, superior orbital fissure, and orbital apex. There was no radiologic evidence of a lytic bone lesion within the skull or orbit and(More)
The association between angle-closure glaucoma and pseudoexfoliation is controversial. We retrospectively studied the angle configurations of 54 patients with pseudoexfoliation and found gonioscopically occludable angles in five cases (9.3%). We also analyzed the data from several large studies of pseudoexfoliation patients and found an increased prevalence(More)
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