Veeral Shah

Veeral Shah, MD, PhD
Assistant Professor of Ophthalmology
Cincinnati Children's Hospital Medical Center
Abrahamson Pediatric Eye Institute/ Division of Pediatric Ophthalmology
Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology

Biography


Pediatric Optic Nerve Disorders

  1. Congenital or Developmental Anomalies
    1. Megalopapila
    2. Optic nerve Aplasia
    3. Optic nerve Hypoplasia
    4. Optic nerve Pit
    5. Optic nerve coloboma ( combination iris, retina, and nerve)
    6. Optic AVM
    7. Optic nerve Melancytoma
    8. Anomalous optic nerve
    9. Psuedopapilledma
    10. Myelinated fiber at optic nerve
    11. Congenital Atrophy
  2. Neuro- inflammatiom
    1. CNS vasculitis - optic nerve NVD
    2. Neuroretintis ( 6 type with different etiologies)
    3. Panuveitis
    4. Optic neuritis - NMO, Ant-MOG, ADEM
    5. CRION
  3. Ocular dysmotility ( videos)
    1. Infantile Nystagmus
    2. Spasmus nutans
    3. Opsoclonus- Myopclonus
    4. Ocular Flutter
    5. Upbeat nystagmus
    6. Downbeat nystagmus
    7. Spasmus nutans -like nystagmus from retinal dystrophy + Tumor
    8. Albinism
    9. Ocular myasthenia gravis
    10. Congenital MG
    11. Mitochondrial defects
    12. Seesaw nystagmus
    13. Metabolic Vit b12 def - Vertical Nysatgmus
    14. Aniridia
  4. Strabismus
    1. Third nerve palsy - Transpositions Surgery
    2. bilateral 4th nerve palsies - Surgery
    3. Duane's
    4. Cranial disinnervation
  5. Hereditary Optic neuropathy
    1. LHON - telangiectasia
    2. DOA
    3. DIMOAD
    4. Cone-rod Dystrophy / with temporal optic nerve pallor/ eye movements
    5. Macular dystrophy
  6. Genetic/Developmental disorders
    1. Craniofacial disorders - Optic nerve involvement
    2. Fibrous dysplasia / MccCune Albright
    3. Giant Cell Axonal Mutuation
    4. Syndromic craniofacial
  7. Oncology
    1. Leukemic infiltration- optic nerve
    2. Tubersclerosis complex (TSC)
    3. Retinoblastoma
    4. Coats' disease
    5. Infantile Fibromatosis
    6. Clinic scenarios: Imaging/Ocular exam /fields/OCT. Photos:
    7. Craniopharyngioma
    8. germinoma
    9. LCH
    10. PNET
    11. Pilocytic astrocytoma
    12. Pilomyoxid
    13. Malignant nerve sheath tumor
    14. Medulloblstoma ( posterior fossa syndrome
    15. GBM
    16. NF-1 optic glioma vs sporatic glioma
    17. Horner's Syndrome

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