Christine Law

Christine Law
Queen's University | QueensU · Department of Ophthalmology

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Publications (10)
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Objective: To create a standardized undergraduate medicine ophthalmology curriculum for Canadian medical schools. Design: Two-stage modified Delphi technique. Participants: Undergraduate ophthalmology leads at all the medical schools in Canada and 6 nonophthalmologist physicians with medical education expertise. Methods: In stage 1, a prelim...
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Objective: To report on patterns of optometry prescribing and adherence to prescribing regulations at a tertiary care ophthalmology centre. Design: Prospective cohort study. Participants: All new referrals from optometrists and other health care professionals to the emergency eye care service (n = 1965) between July 2011 and June 2012, as well...
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A 14-year-old girl presented with a history of left-sided headache and acute bilateral blurred vision. She had a remote history of oral tetracycline use for the treatment of acne vulgaris, which had been discontinued for 1 month. The patient was diagnosed with drug-induced intracranial hypertension (IH) and treated with oral acetazolamide with subs...
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To quantify the association between subjective visual reduction (SVR) and retinal pathology in patients with acute-onset monocular floaters or flashes, or both. Prospective cohorts study involving all new patients referred for acute-onset floaters or flashes, or both, to a tertiary care emergency eye clinic in Kingston, Ontario, between July 1, 201...
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Intraocular tumours are uncommon lesions requiring comprehensive management at tertiary referral centers. This study analyzes referral patterns of intraocular tumours, accuracy of referral diagnosis, and modes of treatment provided for patients at a dedicated Canadian Ocular Oncology Department. Retrospective chart review. A total of 1050 new patie...
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Many medical students find choosing a residency challenging. There are several steps involved, including determining one's own priorities, arranging electives, choosing a training program and site, and preparing an in-depth application and a rank order list. Many resources are available to assist students, including the Canadian Resident Matching S...
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To determine the indications for ordering orbital imaging and the indications for ordering CT versus MRI by oculoplastic surgeons and to assess the correlation between surgeon's clinical indications for imaging and the radiologist's diagnosis. Retrospective review of imaging requisitions and radiology reports. Patients of 4 oculoplastic surgeons wh...
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The neuroendocrine system is most active at birth and may play a role in the transition from fetal to postnatal life, in particular in the lungs' transition from fluid secretion to fluid absorption. Pulmonary neuroendocrine cells do release dopamine (DA), serotonin, and gastrin-releasing peptide but their effects on lung ion and fluid transport are...

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