Daniel J. Baruffi, O. D., F. A. O. O.

 

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Optometrist, Wilmington Family Eye Care

 

Practice Contact Information

Wilmington Family Eye Care

801 East Newport Pike

Wilmington, Delaware 19804

302-999-1286

FAX: 302-999-1162

 

             

Dr. Baruffi is a graduate of Rutgers College and the Pennsylvania College of Optometry. He completed his residency in Primary Care Optometry at the Cincinnati Veterans Affairs Hospital and his fellowship with the American Academy of Optometry. He also has a lot of experience with contact lenses, low vision and treatment of eye diseases like glaucoma. He has been practicing for 5 years, and has decided to permanently relocate to Wilmington.

In his spare time, Dr. Baruffi enjoys biking, kickball and dodge ball in addition to scenic photography.

Dr. Baruffi is also fluent in Spanish, so we can now better serve your community!

 

 

SPECIALTIES

Low vision, contact lenses and primary eye care

 

EXPERIENCE

Optometrist

Advanced Eye Group

August 2011 – April 2014 (2 years 9 months)

Vineland, NJ

 

Optometry Resident

Veterans Health Administration

July 2010 - July 2011 (1 Year 1 month)

Cinncinnati Area, KY

 

Optometrist

Wing Eyecare

2010 – 2011 (1 year)

 

Contact Lens Extern

Stan Isaacs, Pte

Jan 2009 – Jun 2009 (6 months)

 

Volunteer Optometrist

Special Olympics New Jersey

2008 – 2009 (1 Year)

 

PUBLICATIONS

Radiologic Presentation of Pituitary Adenoma

Optometry & Vision Science

November 2012

Pituitary tumors are the most common of all tumors arising from the sellar and parasellar region. Owing to the high prevalence and proximity of these tumors to the optic nerve, chiasm, and tract, it is especially important to incorporate an appropriate history, examination, and radiographic workup in patients with suspicious visual field or optic nerve appearances. It is also critical to have anatomic and physiologic familiarity with the sellar and parasellar region. This case report explores the clinical presentation, test results, anatomy and physiology, interdisciplinary co-management, and current and future treatments of pituitary adenomas.

Authors: Daniel J. Baruffi

 

 

RESEARCH HISTORY

Baruffi D., Thompson KR. Bilateral central serous chorioretinopathy in a 58 year old white male. Poster presentation, East-West Eye Conference. October 2010

Baruffi D, Thompson KR The See-Saw of the ocular ischemic syndrome: CRVO vs. OIS. Poster presentation. American Academy of Optometry. November 2010

Appel SD, Draper EM, Graboyes M, Baruffi D, Making music with Stargardt’s Maculopathy: A Low Vision case study. Poster presentation. American Academy of Optometry, November 2010.

Yeoh BM, Mladenovich D, Baruffi D. Variations in provision of eyecare among Singapore optometrists. Poster presentation. American Academy of Optometry. November 2010.

Baruffi D, Mladenovich D Spontaneous closure of a Stage III macular hole. Poster presentation. American Academy of Optometry. November 2009.

 

 

Education

Rutgers, The State University of New Jersey-New Brunswick

Bachelor of Arts, History

2002 – 2006

Pennsylvania College of Optometry

Doctor of Optometry, Optometry

2006 – 2010

 

HONORS

Healthgrades Honor Roll

 

CERTIFICATIONS

 

American Optometric Association

 

 

LANGUAGES SPOKEN

 

English

Spanish

 

ACCEPTED INSURANCE

Accepted Insurance

 

                                                                                                                             

 

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