New York's Trusted Source for Pediatric Ophthalmology & Adult Strabismus

H. Jay Wisnicki, MD
"I'm only here for one reason: to help people see better. If your eyes have a problem, I want to help."


Dr. H. Jay Wisnicki has over 20 years of specialized care in pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus.

He frequently volunteers with Orbis International to save the sight of children in developing countries.

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Topic Contents:
Journal Articles
Books & Book Chapters
Computer Based Learning in Ophthalmology

Journal Articles

  1. Ophthalmology Times: Surgery is Adjustable. Pediatric Special Section

  2. Ophthalmology Times: Strabismus patient opts for acupuncture as anesthetic

  3. Journal of Reconstructive Microsurgery: Use of the Operating Microscope.

  4. Ophthalmology: Rapid Determination of Interocular Lens Tilt and Decentration Through the Undilated Pupil.

  5. American Academy of Pediatrics: Common Causes of Leukocoria (White Pupil)

  6. Archives of Otolaryngology: Standardization of Computer Systems for Logging Operative Cases

  7. Contact Point: Review Problems in Optics and Contact Lenses

  8. Binocular Vision: Changes in the Refractive Error of 94 Spectacle-Treated Patients with Acquired Accommodative Esotropia.

  9. A Comparison of the Success Rates of Resident and Attending Strabismus Surgery.

  10. Journal of Refractive Surgery: A Modified Corneal Press to Restore Normal Corneal Dimensions

  11. Binocular Vision: Computer-Administered Ocular Torsion Testing for Cyclovertical Deviations.

  12. Ophthalmology Times: Computer Reduces Torsion Measurements Bias

  13. American Academy of Ophthalmology: Bifocals, Trifocals, and Progressive-Addition Lenses

  14. Brain Research: Locus coeruleus modulation of dorsal horn unit to cutaneous stimulation.

  15. Freezing Increment in Keratophakia

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Books and Book Chapters

  1. Ophthalmic Optics and Clinical Refraction

  2. New York Ophthalmologic Education Consortium: Ocular Basic Science Course

  3. Adjustable-Suture Strabismus Surgery

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Computer Based Learning in Ophthalmology

  1. Pro Vision: Interactive CD-ROM for teaching ophthalmologists worldwide.

  2. PreTest: Self-Assessment and Review. Multiple choice Q/A with explanations & references.

  3. Refraction: Phoropter Simulator

  4. Ophthalmology Study Guide

  5. Ocular Motility and Associated Eye Disorders

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