In 2013 the Division of Ophthalmology created the Pediatric Ophthalmology Research Core to make its research and clinical resources available to the entire CHOP and University of Pennsylvania community.
James A. Katowitz, MD, has been an attending surgeon at CHOP for 45. We asked Katowitz about his experiences and observations, and asked him to share his advice for those who would like to emulate his success as a physician, teacher and author.
A previously normal 6-month-old girl was seen for neuro-ophthalmic consultation for abnormal eye movements. Anterior segment was normal (pen light). The dilated fundus examination revealed normal discs and retinas. What is your diagnosis and workup?