Pediatric Eye Care Educational Videos

An Introduction to The Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Online Library

In this online educational series, Edward Kuwera and Daisy Dai, present on a diverse range of topics related to pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus.

Inferior Oblique Myectomy Using the "Tenon Pull-up" Technique

Drs. Abdulrahman Abodarahim and Edward Kuwera demonstrate the tenon pull-up technique of isolating the inferior oblique muscle.

Inferior Oblique Myectomy Using the Tenon Pullup Technique

Refractive Error - A Patient Guide to Glasses

In this informational video, Daisy Dai explains the nature of refractive error (a focusing problem of the eye causing blurry vision) and how it can be treated.

Refractive Error  A Patient Guide to Glasses

Strabismus: A Patient Guide to Misalignments of the Eyes

Dr. Edward Kuwera explains how a misalignment of the eyes can affect both children and adults.

Lazy Eye (Amblyopia): A guide for Patients

In this video, Johns Hopkins medical student Daisy Dai explains the causes and treatments of amblyopia, frequently referred to as "lazy eye".

Adjustable Harada-ITO Procedure

Daisy Dai and Dr. Edward Kuwera explain how the Harada-Ito procedure is performed using adjustable techniques. This type of surgery is done to correct ocular excyclotorsion as a result of a weakened superior oblique muscle, causing patients to experience torsional double vision

Adjustable HaradaIto Procedure

Nystagmus: A Patient Guide

Nystagmus is an involuntary, rhythmic movement of the eyes with a wide spectrum of effects on the visual system. In this educational video, Daisy Dai and Dr. Kuwera explain the concept of nystagmus, the way it affects patients, how it is diagnosed, and how it can be managed.

Nystagmus  A Patient Guide

Glaucoma | An Introduction for Patients

In this informational video, Leslie Wang and Dr. Kuwera describe the eye condition known as glaucoma which can damage the optic nerve. Glaucoma develops usually as a result of elevated intraocular pressure. There are many treatments available, ranging from eye drops, to laser therapy, and lastly surgical intervention.

Glaucoma  An Introduction for Patients