Aaron Sobol, MD
  Corneal and Refractive Surgery


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Dr. Sobol is a Board Certified Ophthalmologist practicing in Uniontown Pennsylvania. 

He provides medical and surgical care for eye disease and evaluates people for disorders of the visual system.

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 Wednesday, November 21, 2007

A patient with a perforating injury forty years ago and an updrawn and phimotic pupil with posterior synechiae.  He was nine years old when it occurred and he was game to try and repair it.  We planned to break the synechiae with Kuglen hooks and Healon in the OR and then enlarge and move the pupil later via laser iridoplasty.  Here he is pre-operatively:

And this morning. There is some corneal edema at one of the paracentesis sites; he likely has some endothelial loss from the injury.  Luckily there is no cataract.

Wednesday, November 28, 2007


Things are healing well and the corneal edema has essentially resolved.  He's 20/400 uncorrected and I haven't tried to refract him yet.  His lens is clear and only looks hazy in the photo; he probably has a lot of cylinder from the scar.  Here's the one week follow-up:

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