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Marta C. Fabrykowski, OD, FAAO
Dr. Fabrykowski received her Doctor of Optometry in 2011 from The Ohio State University College of Optometry. She completed a residency in ocular disease in 2012 at Omni Eye Services of NJ. Currently, she is on staff at the Manhattan Eye Ear and Throat Hospital Faculty Ophthalmology Practice, under Lenox Hill Hospital. E-mail her at [email protected]
Understanding the conundrum of conjunctivochalasis
Conjunctival chalasis, or conjunctivochalasis (Cch), is a commonly observed condition in our everyday patient care experiences. Because it is so common, and because a majority of patients are asymptomatic, optometrists seldom feel the need treat.
When corneas go viral: Epidemic keratoconjunctivitis edition
The possibility that a given garden-variety case of viral conjunctivitis is a burgeoning epidemic keratoconjunctivitis (EKC) is enough to intimidate any physician.
When corneas go viral: Simplex edition
When corneas go viral: Simplex edition
Viral corneal infections, while not overwhelmingly common, can be puzzling and even sight-threatening.
Postop considerations for pseudoexfoliation after cataract surgery
Postop considerations for pseudoexfoliation after cataract surgery
Postoperative patients with PXF pose both short- and long-term concerns due to the underlying pathological changes that occur from the fibrillar deposition with some complications arising years after the surgery.
Preoperative considerations in patients with cataracts and pseudoexfoliation syndrome
Preoperative evaluation of patients with pseudoexfoliation (PXF) syndrome is essential in preparing for and potentially preventing complications during phacoemulsification. Patients with PXF have been documented to have an accelerated rate of cataracts, both nuclear and subcapsular.