Eye to Eye
- Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
- July/August 2012 - Volume 49 · Issue 4: 198-200
Nelson: Today’s topic is refractive corrections in infants. The first patient is an 8 month old who presented because he had nasal lacrimal duct obstruction symptoms. He is fixating well and his eyes are straight. The cycloplegic refraction is −4 in the right eye and −1 in the left eye. Dr. Salvin, how would you treat this patient?
Jonathan H. Salvin, MD, is from Nemours/Alfred I. duPont Hospital for Children, Wilmington, Delaware.
Bruce Schnall, MD, FAAP, is from Wills Eye Institute, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania.
Moderator:Leonard B. Nelson, MD, MBA
Drs. Salvin, Schnall, and Nelson have no financial or proprietary interests in the materials presented herein.