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MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2002, Volume IX Issue II
MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2002 Volume IX, Issue 2 In this issue: Insight into Children's Glaucoma & Cataracts: Strabismus and Amblyopia Visual Impairment in School Life: Supporting Students Who are Visually Impaired in the School System. Assessing the Needs of Your Child ...
02 Sep, 2017
Risk of Glaucoma After Surgery
Question My grand daughter has a unilateral congenital cataract. She is nine years old, we started patching the normal eye at six months of age...her ophthalmologist at Seattle children's hospital recommended patching only and not surgery. In the past year the family has noticed significant...
14 Aug, 2017
Cataracts hindering learning?
Question Hello, I am searching for answers. I take my son regularly to his eye surgeon and regular eye Dr. He was born with cataracts and we just recently found out they he has permanent nerve damage in his eyes. His cataracts are dead center and every time he has an eye exam the surgeon says...
28 Aug, 2017
Cataracts and Prematurity
Question My daughter is 3-1/2 years old and she was born 2-1/2 months early due to an antibody issue. She has astigmatism in both eyes, near-sightedness, and she has a posterior cataract on the left eye. She's been followed by the Childrens' Memorial Hospital (Chicago) pediatric opthamology...
15 Aug, 2017
Peter's Anomaly
Question My 70 days old son is affected with peter's anomaly right from his birth. Is corneal transplant the only solution or it may cure by medicine. Please help us. Answer Peters anomaly is a very generic term for congenital corneal opacity. It Sounds from your post that it is...
27 Aug, 2017


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Anterior Polar Cataracts
Question My 15 month child was born with tiny dots in her eye, diagnosed at 4month with anterior polar cataracts. One is insignificant in size, the other has gotten larger. She can function with 4h a day patch on the good eye just fine. We're faced with the decision for surgery, not sure how...
10 Mar, 2018
Baerveldt - risks of secondary effects
Question My son was born with bilateral congenital cataracts at age 3 mo got lenses removed. After he turned 3 yrs old, he was diagnosed with glaucoma. The path since has been tortuous, with 4 surgeries in each eye involving for each: 2 trabeculectomies, 1 ECP and 1 Ahmed valve implant. The...
10 Mar, 2018
MORINformation Newsletter - Winter 2002, Volume IX Issue I
MORINformation Newsletter - Winter 2002 Volume IX, Issue 1 In this issue: Insight Into Children's Glaucoma & Cataracts: Glaucoma Implant Surgery Pediatric Cataracts-Post-Surgical Eyewear Options Reverse amblyopia Pharmacy Corner: Propine World View: Medical Ministry International ...
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MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2002, Volume IX Issue II
MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2002 Volume IX, Issue 2 In this issue: Insight into Children's Glaucoma & Cataracts: Strabismus and Amblyopia Visual Impairment in School Life: Supporting Students Who are Visually Impaired in the School System. Assessing the Needs of Your Child ...
02 Sep, 2017
MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2003, Volume X Issue II
MORINformation Newsletter - Summer 2003 Volume X, Issue 2 In this issue: Insight into Children's Glaucoma & Cataracts - The Red Reflex Development in Visually Handicapped Children Practical Pearls of Contact Lenses for Parents Visual Impairment in School Life: Physical Education and...
02 Sep, 2017