Gerard P Barry

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The authors present the youngest reported child with proliferative sickle retinopathy. A 3-year, 6-month-old boy presented with leukocoria in the left eye, left esotropia, and dense free-floating white vitreous cells obscuring the fundus, suspicious for endophytic retinoblastoma. Ultrasonography depicted dense debris in the vitreous with no distinct(More)
Infants with osteopetrosis may present early for ophthalmologic examination because of threatened visual impairment, primarily related to optic nerve compression. The authors describe two children with osteopetrosis who had narrow optic canals on orbital computed tomography. These canals were statistically narrower than those of newly developed, age-matched(More)
PURPOSE To report a case of a child with Pfeiffer syndrome, unique ocular anterior segment findings and a mutation in FGFR2 (Trp290Cys). METHODS Case Report. RESULTS We describe a patient with Pfeiffer syndrome with a unique constellation of ocular anterior segment anomalies including microcornea, limbal scleralization, corectopia and glaucoma. Genomic(More)
PURPOSE Many children present with excessive blinking. Categorization, associated conditions, and prognosis are controversial. METHODS All children with excessive blinking were reviewed, excluding those with known uveitis, glaucoma, or obvious eyelid abnormalities. Parents were telephoned for follow-up. RESULTS No ocular pathology was identified in 31(More)
We report 2 cases of unilateral retinal arteriovenous malformation (AVM) with previously unreported anomalies of the inner retinal layers detected on spectral domain optical coherence tomography (SD-OCT): a 5-year-old girl with a large unilateral retinal AVM, ipsilateral visual acuity of 20/200, and ipsilateral intracranial AVM; and a 10-year-old boy with a(More)
PURPOSE Although much literature has focused on various techniques to repair epiblepharon, no study has addressed how frequently surgical intervention is required. METHODS The authors tabulated data from all patients with epiblepharon seen over the past 15 years. RESULTS Eighty-nine patients were included, 61 (69%) with tearing, discharge, conjunctival(More)
PURPOSE To determine the effectiveness of a series of policy changes designed to increase the attendance rate for outpatient retinopathy of prematurity (ROP) screening examinations. METHODS We retrospectively reviewed the records of consecutive neonatal intensive care unit patients before and after the implementation of policy changes. Policy changes(More)
PURPOSE To compare the performance of patients with strabismus to that of age-matched controls in a validated surgical training module. METHODS A prospective experimental study was conducted of 14 adult patients with strabismus since childhood and absent stereopsis and of 14 age-matched controls with normal stereopsis. Each participant received(More)
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