The Impact of Optic Disc Size on Differential Dx of Optic Nerve Disorders Using SDOCT
Congenital MicrodiscWritten by Larry J Alexander OD FAAO, John A. McCall Jr., O.D. Wednesday, 11 June 2014
About the Author(s)
Dr. Alexander (1948-2016) was a 1971 graduate of Indiana University School of Optometry. He served in the US Navy then served as a Professor at the University of Alabama Birmingham School of Optometry. Larry contributed to a number of chapters in textbooks and has published three editions of Primary Care of the Posterior Segment, as well as contributed to the professional literature. He also lectured extensively in the area of ocular and systemic disease. His areas of special interest included dysfunctional tear syndrome, glaucoma and macular degeneration. His lessons are the basis for this site and he will be dearly missed.
John A. McCall Jr., O.D. is a 1977 graduate of University of Houston College of Optometry. He is from Crockett Texas where he served the community as Mayor from 1989 to 1991. He has served the profession as: Board of Directors of Texas Optometric Association 1980-89, T.O.A. Young Optometrist of the Year Award 1982, President of Texas Optometric Association 1989, T.O.A. Optometrist of the Year Award 1991, T.O.A. Distinguished Service Award 1999, UHCO Alumni of the Year 1999, UHCO Bill Pittman Leadership Award 2001 John ascended through the chairs of the American Optometric Association to serve as President from 1988-1989. John also serves as Sr. VP of Vision Source, the largest independent network of doctors in the world.