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2014 programs: 1) Scientific Platform Presentations (Session 1)

NANOS Annual Meeting #40, 2014
Rio Mar Beach Resort, Rio Grande, Puerto Rico, United States of America
Date: 03-03-2014

Day 5: Monday, March 3, 2014 (03-03-2014)

Program: Scientific Platform Presentations (Session 1)  back to top
Moderators: Y. Joyce Liao; Michael S. Lee

Presentation 1: Retinal Ganglion Cell Injury Precedes RNFL Loss In Acute Optic Neuritis
Presenters: Angela M. Herro
Authors: Angela M. Herro; John R. Guy; Veeral S. Shah; Vittorio Porciatti; Byron L. Lam

Presentation 2: The Impact of Vitamin D Status on Recovery from Optic Neuritis
Presenters: Fiona Costello
Authors: Fiona Costello; Jodie M. Burton; Jessie Trufyn

Presentation 3: Effects of Stimulating Melanopsin-Containing Retinal Ganglion Cells in Migraine Patients using Multifocal Objective Pupillometry
Presenters: Christian J. Lueck
Authors: Christian J. Lueck; Eman N. Ali; Teddy L. Maddess; Corinne F. Carle

Presentation 4: Progression of Plaques in Retina with Dementia in Alzheimer's Disease
Presenters: Robert C. Sergott
Authors: Robert C. Sergott; Umur A. Kayabasi

Presentation 5: Anatomic and Visual Outcomes of Pediatric Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Presenters: Sidney M. Gospe III
Authors: Sidney M. Gospe III; M. Tariq Bhatti; Mays A. El-Dairi

Presentation 6: Full-Field Chromatic Pupillometry in the Assessment of the Post-Illumination Pupil Response Driven by Melanopsin-Containing Retinal Ganglion Cells
Presenters: Shao-Bo Lei
Authors: Shao-Bo Lei; Mano M. Chandrakumar; Herbert C. Goltz; Agnes MF Wong

Presentation 7: Small Posterior Fossa Strokes Causing Severe Vertigo: Anatomic Distribution and Clinical Features of the "Lacunar" Acute Vestibular Syndrome
Presenters: David E. Newman-Toker
Authors: David E. Newman-Toker; Ali S. Saber-Tehrani; Georgios Mantokoudis; Jorge C. Kattah; John H. Pula; Deepak S. Nair; Ari M. Blitz; Sarah H. Ying; Daniel F. Hanley; David S. Zee

Presentation 8: Another Reason for Pediatricians to Counsel Against Obesity; Childhood Body Mass Index Above the 85th Percentile is Associated with a Five-Fold Risk for Recurrence of Pediatric Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension
Presenters: Hadas Kalish
Authors: Hadas Kalish; Irena Serov; Ruti Sella; Gabriel Chodick; Moshe Snir