Kristi Haik

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Pterygium, a common source of morbidity throughout the world, may appear to be an innocuous, easily excised lesion, yet it plagues the ophthalmologist by its high rate of recurrence, ranging from 20% to 30% after simple excision. Beta irradiation has been used by ophthalmic surgeons for many years. Another method of stemming the high percentage of pterygium(More)
The recent rise in the number of patients with both glaucoma and cataracts has increased the controversy over the management of these concurrent problems. Visual acuity, strength of medication, and previous surgery must be considered when determining whether to do cataract extraction alone, glaucoma surgery alone, or a combined procedure. We have found that(More)
Dear Alumni and Friends of NKU Biology, I am so excited to welcome you to the 2013-2014 academic year! This is a very exciting time of change at NKU beginning with the arrival of our new president, Mr. Geoffrey Mearns, a year ago. We will be sad to see our Provost " step up " to the faculty in January 2014, as well as our Dean in July 2014. NKU is also in(More)
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