By R. J. Balkan
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So this is really one thing I would like to pass on to the young academicians in pediatric ophthalmology. If they are looking for research projects to do, there is plenty to do. And the research has not stopped because we have answered all the questions, but because there has been a lack of interest, a lack on the side of the teacher to encourage such research. It has been taken over by the optometric profession and it has been taken over by basic scientists who work in a total vacuum. I was recently at a meeting in Germany and a renowned electrophysiologist, neurophysiologist, presented aspects on amblyopia in primates, a person who didn’t know the basic clinical aspects of this condition.
Systemic inflammatory signs and symptoms should be reviewed with emphasis on joint and gastrointestinal disorders. Possible endocrine disorders and medications, both systemic and ocular, are reviewed. Any history of ocular trauma, particularly if hyphema occurred, might be important even though remote from the apparent time of cataract development. Clinical examination The general appearance of the patient and the parents should be noted. Head size should be estimated or measured, and compared to standard deviation tables.
It is estimated that about 20% of clinically significant pediatric cataracts treated in the USA will have a positive family history for cataract. When a family history is positive for cataracts other than in siblings, the mode of inheritance will generally be that of autosomal dominant. X-linked cataracts, except for those seen in Nance-Horan syndrome, are relatively rare, but quite important. It should be noted that, while most patients with unilateral cataracts have a negative family history for cataracts, 8% of hereditary cataracts in the Australian series presented with unilateral cataract.
At the Crossing: Pediatric Ophthalmology And Strabismus (Noao Meeting Proceedings) (Noao Meeting Proceedings) by R. J. Balkan