PVR retinal detachment followed the implantation of a Boston keratoprothesis. The video shows PVR-vitrectomy viewing the back of the eye through the keratoprothesis. The central retina can be seen without problem. The peripheral retina cannot be seen ideally, even with indentation. The alterative is to pull the peripheral retina centrally for retinotomy with the help of a forceps. Basically all necessary steps in PVR surgery can be fullfilled through a Boston keratoprothesis.
Endoscopy Assisted Argus II Epiretinal Prosthesis Implantation Surgical Video Recording done by Prof. Emin Ozmert, in Ankara University Vehbi Koç Eye Hospital, Ankara - TURKEY. By using endoscopic imaging during Argus II Retinal Implant surgery, it's easier to see that the ciliar body isn't damaged due to scleratomy as well as the retinal tack is in place and the spring is squeezed properly.
The following is an edited movie of a previously live-streamed surgical video featuring renowned Consultant Ophthalmologist and Vitreoretinal surgeon Professor Paulo E. Stanga, MD, implanting the Argus® II Retinal Prosthesis System in a patient with dry Age Related Macular Degeneration (AMD). To date, June 2016, over 180 Argus® II devices have been implanted worldwide, and are used routinely in advanced Retinitis Pigmentosa patients. This video, recorded at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UK, in April 2016,...
The retinal fold crossed the macula and was a residuum of retinal detachment surgery with vitrectomy and gas tamponade. The video shows the flattening of the fold across the macula via vitrectomy approach, submacular fluid injection and retinal massage from a manipulator.
From Calabria to Long Branch New Jersey, A Century Remembered: Stories of Community, Commitment, Friendship, and Faith.Mickie Gagliano, Rose Lagroterria, Mary DeLisa, Josephine Chevalier, Barbara Heggie & Evelyn Hershey
Five women ranging in age from 77 to 91, residence of Long Branch New Jersey recount family histories, friendships, and connections that span over a century and remain strong in 2016. The interviews were conducted at their 110-year-old Church, Holy Trinity located in Long Branch. The church built and parish established in 1906 by Italian immigrants from Calabria. The common thread that unites and binds the women is the immigration of their grandparents and parents...
Becoming a Modern Research University: The Postwar Challenges of Rutgers and Penn State, 1945–1965: 30th annual Bishop LectureBen Justice, Ron Becker, Roger Geiger & Thomas J. Frusciano
The annual Louis Faugères Bishop III lecture, which typically features diverse topics on book and manuscript collecting, printing history, and the use of rare books and manuscripts by scholars. In its thirtieth iteration, Distinguished Professor of Higher Education at Pennsylvania State University, Dr. Roger L. Geiger, explores the history of twentieth-century higher education and illuminate the role of the modern research university through a comparison of how Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey and...
The last lecture that English Professor Jeff Myers gave at Goucher College, Baltimore Maryland.
Through the Cold is a music video I created on behalf of my band, Redding. Technically executing the project reached into the fields of audio production (songwriting and recording) and video production (lighting, directing, and editing). My process investigated the emotional resonance of musicality, the synchrony of sight and sound, and the transformative capability of graphic design and letter form upon a message.
African-American sisters Aurora and Doris Alexander of Long Branch, New Jersey were born in 1920 and 1922 respectively. Their family encouraged their daughters to attain educations and pursue professional careers. Their oral recollections offer insights into lives of these pioneering African-American working women of New Jersey. Aurora died in 2010. Doris continues to reside in Long Branch, NJ in 2016 at the age of 94.