Nikos Kozeis

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PURPOSE To investigate visual function and perception in cerebral palsied (CP) children. METHODS A total of 105 congenitally CP children (aged 6-15 years), without severe mental retardation, were classified into three groups: those with spastic quadriplegia, spastic diplegia and spastic hemiplegia. Data collected included patient history, IQ, refraction,(More)
Today, millions of children use computers on a daily basis. Extensive viewing of the computer screen can lead to eye discomfort, fatigue, blurred vision and headaches, dry eyes and other symptoms of eyestrain. These symptoms may be caused by poor lighting, glare, an improper work station set-up, vision problems of which the person was not previously aware,(More)
Cerebral visual impairment (CVI) is one of the leading causes of severe visual impairment in childhood. This article was written to highlight any new knowledge related to cerebral visual impairment in childhood.The international literature was searched to describe the type of visual, oculomotor and / or visuo-perceptual disturbances and to discuss the(More)
PURPOSE Abetalipoproteinemia is a very rare disease with multisystemic manifestations. METHODS Retrospective, case report. RESULTS We report a 9-year-old girl with a history of Bassen-Kornzweig syndrome diagnosed at the age of 3. The patient was referred to us by the pediatricians for ocular assessment. During the examination, an atypical pigmentary(More)
BACKGROUND Keratoconus is a chronic, bilateral, usuallly asymmetrical, non-inflammatory, ectatic disorder, being characterized by progressive steepening, thinning and apical scarring of the cornea. Initially, the patient is asymptomatic, but the visual acuity gradually decreases, resulting in significant vision loss due to the development of irregular(More)
PURPOSE To report an unfortunate case of patient selection for multifocal intraocular lens (MIOL) implantation. METHODS Interventional case report. RESULTS A 69-year-old woman with bilateral corticonuclear cataract underwent uneventful phacoemulsification with diffractive MIOL implantation within 1 week. She reported no previous medical history. A few(More)
We report on a patient who developed capsular block syndrome (CBS) in the early postoperative period with marked myopic shift in absence of anterior dislocation of the posterior-chamber intraocular lens (PC/IOL) and iris diaphragm. Treatment with focal 6-o'-clock Nd: YAG-capsulotomy resulted in complete visual acuity restoration. To the best of our(More)
To report a unique case of congenital simple hamartoma of retinal pigment epithelium (CSHRPE) associated with full-thickness macular hole (FTMH). A 14-year-old female with a previous diagnosis of simple hamartoma of retinal pigment epithelium in the left eye presented with a 3-week onset of reduced visual acuity in the same eye. Complete ophthalmological(More)
This article investigates the ability of cerebral palsied (CP) children to execute microsaccades. One-hundred and five congenitally CP school aged children (6 to 15 years old), without severe mental retardation, were classified into three groups: those with spastic quadriplegi, spastic diplegics, and spastic hemiplegics on the basis of: (1) patient(More)