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Dr Katarzyna Nowomiejska

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Dr Katarzyna Nowomiejska



Working Group(s): Retinal Rare Eye Diseases (WG1), Neuro-Ophthalmology Rare Diseases (WG2), Pediatric Ophthalmology Rare Diseases (WG3), Research (TWG8), National Integration (TWG9)


HCP Center

Medical University of Lublin has its origins in the year 1944 in Lublin, Poland. The university gained its autonomy in 1950. As the years passed, new...


Medical University of Lublin, Lublin, Poland

Department of General OphthalmologyMedical University in Lublinul. Chmielna 1
20-079 Lublin

Clinical trials

NCT04127006 Active, Not recruiting

Rate of Progression in EYS Related Retinal Degeneration (Pro-EYS).

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NCT06070467 Not recruiting

Holistic Mixed Approaches to Capture the Real Life of Children With Rare Eye Diseases

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Scientific publications

Multirater Validation of Peripapillary Hyperreflective Ovoid Mass-like Structures (PHOMS)

We performed a Delphi consensus process to develop a consistent and refined definition of PHOMS with clear principles around the nature of PHOMS...

The need for widely available genomic testing in rare eye diseases: an ERN‑EYE position statement

ERN-EYE promotes access to genetic testing in RED and emphasizes the clinical need and relevance of genetic testing in...

Residual Attention Network for distinction between visible optic disc drusen and healthy optic discs

In this study the authors propose a new solution for distinguish healthy cases and those with optic disc drusen (ODD) utilizing Residual Attention...

Identification of the RPGR Gene Pathogenic Variants in a Cohort of Polish Male Patients with Retinitis Pigmentosa Phenotype

This is the first RPGR mutation screening in Poland showing a prevalence of 18% of RPGR pathogenic mutations and likely pathogenic variants in the...

DNAJC30 Gene Variants Are a Frequent Cause of a Rare Disease: Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy in Polish Patients

The results of our study suggest that Sanger sequencing of the single-exon DNAJC30 gene should be a method of choice applied to identify a...

Vascular Changes in the Macula of Patients after Previous Episodes of Vision Loss Due to Leber Hereditary Optic Neuropathy and Non-Arteritic Ischemic Optic Neuropathy

The superficial perfusion and structure of the macula assessed with OCT-A are affected both in chronic LHON and NA-AION, but more in LHON eyes,...