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Alison V. Crum
( out of 70 reviews )

Alison V. Crum, MD

Languages spoken: English

Clinical Locations

John A. Moran Eye Center

Salt Lake City
801-581-2352
  • Dr. Crum practices neuro-ophthalmology - the study of how the eye connects to the brain. She provides medical and surgical treatments for visual disorders. Her interests include treatment of Graves disease and treatment of papilledema.

    Get to know Dr. Crum by watching her profile video.

    Patient Rating

    4.9 /5
    ( out of 70 reviews )

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    The scale on which responses are measured is 1 to 5 with 5 being the best score.

    Patient Comments

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    August 19, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Dr. Crum has always been respectful and supportive!!

    July 22, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Dr Crum very caring. She explained all of the tests and if there were any areas of concern. I trust her knowledge and abilities. Sight is so and important Dr Crum takes this responsibility seriously. Thank you

    July 10, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    She is fantastic. I have had such great care from her for 7 years.

    May 05, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Dr Crum is amazing.

    May 02, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Dr. Crum is amazing. A very caring and warm person. She really is what healthcare should be.

    May 02, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    She seemed very knowledgeable and explained how the surgery would be done, any possible problems that could arise, and aftercare. She seemed genuinely interested in us.

    April 28, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Shes always so kind and great at explaining and giving me card tips

    April 28, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    Very caring and efficient.

    April 16, 2023
    MORAN EYE CENTER

    DR MD Crum was very friendly and she did an excellent job on my eyelid. [NAME REMOVED]

  • Dr. Crum practices neuro-ophthalmology - the study of how the eye connects to the brain. She provides medical and surgical treatments for visual disorders. Her interests include treatment of Graves disease and treatment of papilledema.

    Get to know Dr. Crum by watching her profile video.

    Board Certification and Academic Information

    Academic Departments Ophthalmology & Visual Sciences -Primary
    Neurology -Adjunct
    Surgery -Adjunct
    Academic Divisions Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery

    Education history

    Fellowship Neuro-Ophthalmology - Columbia University Fellow
    Oculoplastics & Neuro-Ophthalmology - University of Texas Southwestern Medical Center Fellow
    Fellowship Oculoplastics & Orbital Surgery - Yale University Fellow
    Ophthalmology - Yale New Haven Hospital Resident
    Internship St, Raphael’s Hospital Transitional Internship
    Medicine - University of Washington School of Medicine M.D.
    Undergraduate Major: Biological Sciences - Stanford University B.S.

    Selected Publications

    Journal Article

    1. Brady T, Vegunta S, Crum AV, Marx D, Patel BCK, Seay MD, Schmidt RH, Warner JEA, Digre KB, Katz BJ (2022). Interdisciplinary Protocol for the Management of Vision-Threatening Papilledema. J Neuroophthalmol, 42(4), 495-501. (Read full article)
    2. Passi SF, Butcher R, Orme DR, Warner JEA, Stoddard GJ, Crum AV, Gouripeddi R, Kirk BH, Digre KB, Katz BJ (2022). Increased Incidence of Pseudotumor Cerebri Syndrome Among Users of Tetracycline Antibiotics. J Neuroophthalmol, 42(3), 323-327. (Read full article)
    3. Hamann S, Malmqvist L, Wegener M, Fard MA, Biousse V, Bursztyn L, Citirak G, Costello F, Crum AV, Digre K, Fraser JA, Huna-Baron R, Katz B, Lawlor M, Newman NJ, Peragallo JH, Petzold A, Sibony PA, Subramanian PS, Warner JEA, Wong SH, Fraser CL, Optic Disc Drusen Studies Consortium (2020). Young Adults With Anterior Ischemic Optic Neuropathy: A Multicenter Optic Disc Drusen Study. Am J Ophthalmol, 217, 174-181. (Read full article)
    4. Orme DR, Vegunta S, Miller MA, Warner JEA, Bair C, McFadden M, Crum AV, Digre KB, Katz BJ (2020). A Comparison Between the Clinical Features of Pseudotumor Cerebri Secondary to Tetracyclines and Idiopathic Intracranial Hypertension. Am J Ophthalmol, 220, 177-182. (Read full article)
    5. Bowen RC, Koeppel JN, Christensen CD, Snow KB, Ma J, Katz BJ, Krauss HR, Landau K, Warner JEA, Crum AV, Straumann D, Digre KB (2018). The Most Common Causes of Eye Pain at 2 Tertiary Ophthalmology and Neurology Clinics. J Neuroophthalmol, 38(3), 320-327. (Read full article)
    6. Hanson LL, Ahmed Z, Katz BJ, Warner JEA, Crum AV, Zhang Y, Zhang Y, Baggaley S, Pippitt K, Cortez MM, Digre KB (2018). Patients With Migraine Have Substantial Reductions in Measures of Visual Quality of Life. Headache, 58(7), 1007-1013. (Read full article)
    7. Valenzuela RM, Rai R, Kirk BH, Sanders JN, Sundar S, Hamann S, Warner JEA, Digre KB, Crum AV, Jones KP, Katz BJ (2017). An Estimation of the Risk of Pseudotumor Cerebri among Users of the Levonorgestrel Intrauterine Device. Neuroophthalmology, 41(4), 192-197. (Read full article)
    8. Llop SM, Frandsen JE, Digre KB, Katz BJ, Crum AV, Zhang C, Warner JE (2016). Increased prevalence of depression and anxiety in patients with migraine and interictal photophobia. J Headache Pain, 17, 34. (Read full article)