R. Michael Siatkowski, MD

Surveying old, new diagnostic tests for pediatric neuro-ophthalmic casesNeuro-ophthalmology tests for children have made strides in the past 25 years, especially in the area of diagnostic technology. Though some testing devices remain useful, there are also advances such as in genetic testing that are being used with greater frequency.
Functional vision loss in children: What to say to parents, the patientFunctional vision loss in children is a relatively common problem. Although physicians may be hesitant to delve into conversations with children and parents when there is no evidence of organic disease, it is better to probe for cause of stress, anxiety, or depression stemming from issues with family, school, outside activities, or friends, and to identify for the patient and parents areas for attention that may be previously unknown or overlooked.