Oculoplastic and Reconstructive Surgeon Karen E. Revere, MD, Joins the Division of Ophthalmology

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Dr. Karen RevereChildren’s Hospital of Philadelphia (CHOP) is pleased to announce the appointment of Karen E. Revere, MD, as attending oculoplastic and reconstructive surgeon in the Division of Ophthalmology. Dr. Revere will also join the Department of Ophthalmology at the Scheie Eye Institute as assistant professor at the Perelman School of Medicine at the University of Pennsylvania.

Dr. Revere received her MD from the Perelman School of Medicine, where she was recognized as the most outstanding medical student entering ophthalmology. After earning “Intern of the Year,” in Miami, FL, and completing a residency in Ophthalmology at Penn, she completed a two-year fellowship at CHOP, which included training at the Scheie Eye Institute, the Center for Human Appearance and the Philadelphia Veterans Affairs Medical Center.

Dr. Revere’s practice includes functional and cosmetic oculoplastic surgery. Her clinical interests include ptosis; eyelid and ocular surface tumors; post-Mohs reconstructive surgery; management of microphthalmia and the anophthalmic socket; orbital tumors, fractures and inflammatory conditions; lacrimal (tearing) disorders; and complex oculoplastic and orbital diseases, including thyroid eye disease and congenital fibrosis syndromes.

Dr. Revere will be working at both CHOP and Penn sites, seeing patients at Children’s Hospital of Philadelphia’s Main Campus; the CHOP Care Network Specialty Care Center, Princeton at Plainsboro; the CHOP Care Network Specialty Care & Surgery Center, Voorhees; and the Scheie Eye Institute in Philadelphia.

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