2014 Poster Session

“Optometrist: The Primary Care Provider”

The theme, “Optometrist: The Primary Care Provider,” was chosen to emphasize how the optometrist works with other health care professionals to provide the optimal care for the patient. At some point in an optometrist’s career, a patient will present that requires the optometrist to consult with other health care professionals. The posters presented will highlight those cases.

2014 Poster Presenters:

1) The Thin RhEumatoiD Line
Daniel F. Marsac, OD
Dennis J. Light, OD
Dayton VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
2) Swollen Optic Nerves, Enlarged Blind Spot; Look Out, A Migraine is Likely to Start
Karina Nikogosian, OD
Gregory Kiracofe, OD
Dayton VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
3) Clinical Management of Amaurosis Fugax
Erin E. Mosellen, OD
Kelly R. Thompson, OD
Cincinnati VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
4) TBI – The Need for Interdisciplinary Care
Meaghan Horton, OD
Kelly R. Thompson, OD
Cincinnati VAMC
 
5) Undifferentiated Connective Tissue Disease with Chorioretinitis
Naureen Haroon, OD
The Eye Center of Toledo
 
6) Corneal Keratinization Secondary to Lid Graft-Induced Ectropion
Amber Slezak, OD
Louis Stokes Cleveland VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
7) Visual Field Aids in Diagnosis of Stroke with Atypical Symptoms
Ellesse Ann Boiwka, OD
Louis Stokes Cleveland VAMC
Southern College of Optometry, Memphis, TN
 
8) Ocular Complications and Long-Term Management of Multiple Sclerosis
Andrea J. Liu, OD
Brett Irvin, OD, MS
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center & Chillicothe VAMC
 
9) Hemiretinal Vein Occlusion: A Case Study of Evaluation and Management
Daniel Grangaard, OD
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center & Chillicothe VAMC
 
10) Scleral Lens Fitting in Post-LASIK Corneal Ectasia Patients
Stephanie Pisano, OD
Havener Eye Institute
 
11) Management of Non-Infectious Microvascular HIV Retinopathy
Eric W. Syverson, OD, MHS
Cincinnati Eye Institute
 
12) You’re Too Young For Occlusions
Jason M. Andrus, OD
Rebecca S. Diller, OD
Dayton VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
13) Meta-analysis of Management Options for Macular Edema Secondary to Central Retinal Vein Occlusion
Andrew J. Crist, OD
Chalmers P. Wylie VA Ambulatory Care Center & Chillicothe VAMC
 
14) Central Serous Chorioretinopathy Associated with Chronic Steroid Use to Prevent Kidney Transplantation Rejection
Kaitlynn T. Bock, OD
Michael Dobos, OD, MS
Cleveland VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
15) Susac Syndrome: Rare Is In My Chair
Candace Greenough, OD
Brett Irvin, OD, MS
The Ohio State University
 
16) Combined Canaloplasty and Cataract Surgery in a Patient with Marfan’s Syndrome and Down’s Syndrome
Michael-Vu Do, OD
Scott Young, OD
Ohio Eye Alliance
 
17) Herpes Zoster In Adolescents
Felicia Timmermann, OD
Cincinnati Children’s Hospital Medical Center
 
18) Herpes Simplex Keratitis Diagnosis, Treatment and Management of Complications
Chrisoula M. Morris, OD
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
19) Cooperative Management: Pigment Epithelial Detachment with an Occult Choroidal Neovascular Membrane
Jonathan Isgrig, OD
Louis Stokes Cleveland VAMC                                                
 
20) Asymptomatic Hollenhorst Plaque: Is Carotid Ultrasound Necessary?
Trang Prosak, OD, MS
Louis Stokes Cleveland VAMC
 
21) Implantable Collamer Lenses: Pinpointing Good Candidates and Knowing How to Co-manage with Success
Danielle Lanzer, OD
Kasey Huffman, OD
Richard Erdey, MD
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
Erdey Searcy Eye Group
 
22) 1 Optic Chiasm + 1 Lesion = 2 Missing Temporal Fields; One Plus One Does Equal Two
Syreeta D. Lawrence, OD
Julie Staats, OD
Dayton VAMC
The Ohio State University College of Optometry
 
23) Retinal Macroaneurysm in Patient with History of CVA
Megan E. McClure, OD
Kelly R. Thompson, OD
Cincinnati VAMC
 
24) Hollenhorst Plaques: When to Evaluate Further?
Kristen M. Buskirk, OD
Kelly R. Thompson, OD
Cincinnati VAMC
 
25) Working With Other Healthcare Providers to Investigate Causes of CN VI Palsy
Jennifer Mattson, OD
Rheanna Moore, OD
Galloway Eye Care Professionals, Inc.
 
26) Pyogenic Granuloma in Pregnancy
Corrie Weitzel, OD, MS
Elyria Family Health Center
 
27) Cholesterol Retinal Emboli: Co-management is Paramount
Sara Weidmayer, OD
VA Ann Arbor Healthcare System
 
28) Trachoma in Tanzania: Optometry in the Global Sector
Sheri Maria G. Morgan, MPH
Michael Earley, OD, PhD
The Ohio State University College of Optometry