|Nov 20 |
|Beau T. Bryan, MD will be playing at The Doctors Lounge November 20, 2014! |
Doors open at 7:00 PM, and our performers usually start around 7:15 PM. Tickets are $60 in advance, and $70 at the door, tickets can be purchase here. This includes incredible performances, delicious food, free wine/beer, an amazing silent auction, and just a great way to kick off the holiday season with friends and professional colleagues. It is held at the Columbia Museum of Art.
Get ready for a great night and a wonderful way to support the Clinic and its mission of providing healthcare for the poorest in our community. Look forward to seeing you there! Purchase your tickets online!
|Oct 2014 |
|Complete binasal hemianopia |
Beau T. Bryan, MD, Howard D. Pomeranz, MD, PhD, and Kyle H. Smith, MD
Binasal hemianopia is a rarely encountered visual field defect. We examined two asymptomatic female patients, aged 17 and 83, with complete binasal hemianopia. Both patients had unremarkable eye exams except for the visual field deficits and minimally reduced visual acuity and color vision. Both patients had normal neuroimaging. These are the first reported cases of complete binasal visual field defects without an identifiable ocular or neurologic cause. Read More
|Jul 2014 |
|What’s the deal about these eye tests for Alzheimer’s? |
We have been asked this question repeatedly from our patients, who are aware of the research developments reported last week from the 2014 Alzheimer’s Association International Conference (AAIC). We would like to comment briefly on our thoughts as comprehensive adult ophthalmologists. Read More
|Sep 2013 ||Dr. Clary was selected to again serve on the National Board for the Christian Ophthalmology Society for 2013 & 2014. We are thankful for the honor and opportunity to serve. |
|Aug 2013 ||Dr. Clary recently had the honor of giving a lecture on the amazing Tecnis Multifocal Intraocular Implant Lens to the residency program at Scott & White Hospital in Temple, Texas. This unique lens allows many of our patients to read without glasses. |
|Jul 2013 ||Resolution of negative dysphotopsia after laser anterior capsulotomy |
It has been suggested that a clear anterior nasal capsule contributes to negative dysphotopsia and that symptoms may resolve with opacification of the capsule. We describe a case in which negative dysphotopsia occurred despite a translucent anterior peripheral capsule and resolved following laser removal of the anterior nasal capsule. Read More