neuro-ophthalmology

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neuro-ophthalmology

 [noor″o-of″thal-mol´o-je]
the branch of ophthalmology dealing with portions of the nervous system related to the eye.

neuro-ophthalmology

(nū″rō-ŏf″thăl-mŏl′ŏ-jē) [″ + ophthalmos, eye, + logos, word, reason]
The branch of ophthalmology concerned with the neurology of the visual system.
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He referred her to a neuro-ophthalmologist next door where she was escorted to arrange an appointment.
She lost her health insurance when her former employer realized she wouldn't be able to return to work quickly, and she had to put key parts of her medical care on hold because her new bare-bones plan had a long list of excluded treatments: no walking and balance therapist, no neuro-ophthalmologist for her vision problems, no speech therapist, and no treatment for her migraines.
Dr Katz has extensive experience from both academic medicine and the industry as a neuro-ophthalmologist. His most recent role saw him as Professor of Ophthalmology, Neurology and Neurosurgery at Montefiore Medical Centre and the Albert Einstein College of Medicine in New York.
Gevatosky, 27, of Eugene has Susac's syndrome, a rare autoimmune disease that affects about one in 1 million people, according to neuro-ophthalmologist Robert Egan.
BEAU NAKAMOTO, MD, PHD, MBA, CPE, FAAPL, is a practicing neurologist, fellowship-trained neuro-ophthalmologist and translational researcher in cognitive dysfunction in HIV-infected individuals.
Baker would send her to a physical or occupational therapist; with cognitive concerns, to an OT or a speech-language pathologist; and with concerns regarding vision, to a neuro-ophthalmologist. These specialists can establish a rehabilitation program to address these challenges and help develop adaptive strategies.
Doyle is a neuro-ophthalmologist, and Barber is a comprehensive ophthalmologist in the dry eye clinic.
The neuro-ophthalmologist also suspected a functional disturbance as the cause for visual impairment; and he required the patient to stop driving a motor vehicle until his vision improved.
Kerrison is a retina specialist, and neuro-ophthalmologist and treats diseases of the retina, vitreous, and macula and ocular nervous system.
We excluded persons when conducting OCT who had (a) ocular disease (prior history of optic neuritis, glaucoma, macular degeneration, etc.) or (b) high myopia (minus 7.5 or higher) of both eyes based on a clinical examination from a neuro-ophthalmologist (John H.
Peter Rhee, head of trauma at the hospital, said that the doctors' team had planned to bring an expert neuro-ophthalmologist and oculoplastic surgeon to help assess the injuries to the bones around Giffords's eyes, as damage to the area could have damaged her vision.
Pane, a practicing neuro-ophthalmologist and his co-authors help ophthalmologists without neurological specialization figure out why patients present with blurred vision or field loss, swollen disc(s) but normal vision, transient visual loss, double vision, "seeing things," abnormal movement of the visual world, abnormal eye movements without visual symptoms, unequal pupils, ptosis, facial weakness or spasm and unexplained orbital or eye pain or headache.

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