Stephanie J. Nickerson

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PURPOSE To determine clinical features predictive of growth of iris nevus into melanoma. DESIGN Retrospective, comparative case series. PARTICIPANTS A total of 1611 consecutive patients referred to an ocular oncology center with iris nevus. INTERVENTION Observation and photographic documentation. MAIN OUTCOME MEASURES Growth into melanoma. RESULTS(More)
PURPOSE To illustrate the distinguishing findings of choroidal hemorrhage on enhanced depth imaging optical coherence tomography. METHODS Case report. RESULTS An 81-year-old man on a daily aspirin with well-controlled hypertension noted blurred visual acuity and was diagnosed with presumed choroidal melanoma based on the clinical appearance and(More)
IMPORTANCE Waardenburg syndrome typically manifests with congenital iris pigmentary abnormalities, but careful inspection can reveal additional posterior uveal pigmentary abnormalities. OBJECTIVE To demonstrate iris and choroidal hypopigmentation in patients with Waardenburg syndrome. DESIGN, SETTING, AND PARTICIPANTS Retrospective review of 7 patients(More)
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