Lindsay K McConnell

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW Retinoblastoma is the most common primary ocular malignancy in children. Although currently retinoblastoma has an excellent survival rate in developed countries, hereditary retinoblastoma survivors as well as those with a history of radiation therapy as children are at an increased risk for second primary tumors (SPTs), and specifically,(More)
Despite the fact that up to 15% of patients in an aesthetic surgery practice have body dysmorphic disorder (BDD), little has been written about the condition in the oculoplastic literature. The authors describe 3 patients with suspected BDD who presented with perceived periocular defects. To appear "Asian," a 39-year-old Hispanic woman underwent over 30(More)
INTRODUCTION DRC-1339 (3-chloro-4-methylbenzenamine HCI) is the active ingredient in Starlicide Complete, a commercial bait used to control starlings (Sturnus vulgaris) at animal feedlots throughout the U.S. Because of the recent widespread use of this product, particularly within the wintering range of many raptors, they and other avian or mammalian(More)
PURPOSE To evaluate the need for standardized conjunctival map biopsies in periocular sebaceous carcinoma and to formulate recommendations regarding map biopsy number, location, size, and utility based on analysis of biopsy locations, results, and outcomes. METHODS Retrospective consecutive series of patients with sebaceous carcinoma treated at a tertiary(More)
Viscoelastic is an ophthalmic viscosurgical device used to protect ocular tissue and maintain intraocular space during surgical procedures such as cataract removal. To date, the only cases published regarding inadvertent viscosurgical device injection have caused Descemet's membrane detachments. We report the case of a 4-year-old girl who underwent(More)
PURPOSE To define the diagnoses associated with the presence of retinal hemorrhages, to clarify the association between retinal hemorrhages, cardiopulmonary resuscitation (CPR), and coagulopathy, and to describe the type of retinal hemorrhages found in intubated critically ill patients <4 years of age. METHODS This was a prospective observational study of(More)
Laboratory column studies were conducted at the Utah Water Research Laboratory, Logan, Utah, to evaluate reovirus removal from drinking water supplies by slow-rate sand filtration (SSF). Columns, constructed to simulate a full-scale SSF field operation, were inoculated with reovirus at ca. 1,000-times-greater concentrations than those typically found in(More)
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