Kevin Vandeleur

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BACKGROUND Retinoblastoma is the commonest intraocular tumour of childhood with the majority of cases being diagnosed before 5 years of age. Late presentation of retinoblastoma is rare. CASE HISTORY A healthy 16-year-old Caucasian girl presented with a 1-day history of blurred vision in the left eye. Examination revealed an inferonasal mass in the left(More)
BACKGROUND A clinical investigation was undertaken to determine the origin of a brown interface deposit that developed in 15 eyes after laser in situ keratomileusis (LASIK). METHODS The LASIK procedure was evaluated and agents that were thought to be related to these brown deposits in the interface were eliminated sequentially. Eyes were observed after(More)
Adult-onset foveomacular vitelliform dystrophy is characterized by a focal, round or oval shaped, subretinal foveal yellow lesion that presents bilaterally and usually symmetrically in the fourth or fifth decade of life. In addition to clinical observation, diagnosis of the disease process has until now been assisted by electrophysiological and fundus(More)
This case report illustrates the clinicopathological correlation between the anatomic defect of bilateral occipital lobe infarction with crossed-quadrant homonymous hemianopsia that resulted from a cervical spine injury. Routine ophthalmological and neuroradiological investigations were undertaken, including magnetic resonance imaging scanning, that(More)
Von Hippel-Lindau disease is a multi-system disorder that can produce hamartomas (benign tumour-like nodules) of the eyes, skin and nervous system. Retinal capillary angioma is a common ocular association of this congenital phakomatosis that may result in blinding sequelae, if not managed appropriately. We present a case of retinal angioma associated with(More)
BACKGROUND Orbital squamous cell carcinoma following retinal detachment surgery is a rare condition. A proposed pathogenesis involves implantation of conjunctival squamous epithelium at the time of surgery, with subsequent malignant transformation. METHODS/RESULTS An 81-year-old Caucasian man presented with a six-month history of a discharging painful red(More)
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