Sharon S. Lehman

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PURPOSE OF REVIEW To present peer-reviewed articles related to strabismus in craniosynostosis. RECENT FINDINGS Improved neurosurgical treatment has resulted in amblyopia replacing optic atrophy as the main cause of visual impairment in Apert's and Crouzon syndromes. Patients with nonsyndromic craniosynostosis have an increased incidence of significant(More)
PURPOSE OF REVIEW Cortical visual impairment (CVI) is a major cause of visual loss in children worldwide. The definition of this condition is constantly evolving with respect to definition, identifying those at risk and technology for diagnosis. These advances can be used for early diagnosis, design of accommodations and services, as well as future(More)
PURPOSE We sought to identify the features of congenital anterior lens opacities (CALOs), which are associated with increased risk for amblyopia. METHODS We undertook a retrospective study of 59 patients with CALO from 3 clinical practices. The following variables were examined: type (polar, subcapsular, or pyramidal), location (central, paracentral, or(More)
PURPOSE We sought to assess the success of amblyopia treatment in patients with small posterior lens opacities as well as the factors associated with a good visual outcome. METHODS This was a retrospective study of patients with posterior lens opacities that initially were thought to be too small in size to warrant cataract surgery. The following(More)
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