strabismus


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the condition of not having the visual axes parallel

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We compared agitation scores of the children who had unilateral versus bilateral strabismus surgery.
Plager, professor of ophthalmology and director of the section of pediatric ophthalmology and adult strabismus at Indiana University Medical Center.
Ophthalmologic examination demonstrated that all 3 children had strabismus, primary telecanthus, and bilateral coloboma iridis (figure).
Shreck and discussed the possibility of a procedure called strabismus surgery on the patient's left eye to correct the misalignment.
Physical examination revealed anisocoria, ptosis of the left upper eyelid, and strabismus.
A YOUR son has a strabismus, which is when one eye is out of alignment with the other.
Vision therapy is remarkably successful in rehabilitating all types of binocular vision impairments including amblyopia (lazy eye), strabismus (crossed eyes), or loss of binocular fusion.
Dermatologists, however, say the Botox business couldn't be better - although the Food and Drug Administration has approved marketing the drug only to treat eye tics, known as blepharospasm, and crossed eyes, called strabismus.
BOTOX([R]) was first approved by the FDA more than 22 years ago for the treatment of strabismus and blepharospasm, two eye muscle disorders, making it the first botulinum toxin type A product approved in the world.
Around 30% of strabismus surgeries need to be repeated due to inaccurate ocular measurements.
She was a pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus fellow at Texas Children's.
The detailed measurements of the pupil, iris and eyelids it provides could aid practitioners in the diagnosis of a host of conditions, from strabismus to ptosis and beyond.
They detail principles and techniques related to most types of surgery (microscope basics, design principles and techniques for using microsurgical instruments, needles, sutures, incision closure, viscosurgical devices, phacoemulsification machines and tubing, and lasers), then specific applications related to corneal, cataract, conjunctival, retinal, glaucoma, oculoplastic, and strabismus surgery.
Professor Brian Cox was approached but recommended Strabismus.