Ken K Nischal MD
Neonatal corneal opacities have for many decades suffered the worst fate of our profession;misdiagnosis. The advent of modern anterior segment imaging techniques has revealed that thedevelopmental anomalies of the cornea and anterior segment, so often relegated to the wastepaper basket diagnoses of Peters anomaly and sclerocornea, are much more complex thanoriginally thought. This has led to a novel classification which appears to help with prognsosisand even treatment planning. Moreover by recognizing the fact that infants are a developingneurobilogical system the effects of minimal visual improvement can have profound effects onglobal developemnt of the infant. This lecture will cover this paragdugm shift in classificationand approach.
TIME COURSE OF VISUAL ACUITY CHANGESWITH INTRAVITREAL AFLIBERCEPT (IVT-AFL) ORMACULAR LASER PHOTOCOAGULATION INPATIENTS WITH DIABETIC MACULAR EDEMA(DME): OUTCOMES FROM THE VIVID-DME ANDVISTA-DME CLINICAL TRIALS