strabismus


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the condition of not having the visual axes parallel

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Factors influencing the outcome of strabismus surgery in patients with exotropia.
Keywords: Abnormal head position, nystagmus, ocular, strabismus
As with other binocular vision problems, the primary aim of therapy for those with strabismus is rest, single, pure, normal binocular vision at all spaces and ways of view (Eskridge, 1993).
5 Despite the routine eye screening, it was reported that 1/20 of children may be at risk of permanent visual impairment resulting from amblyopia or strabismus in the United States.
Types of genetic eye disorders had 10 attributes; Strabismus, cataract, extreme myopia, anophthalmia, microphthalmia, astigmatism and nystagmus, keratoconus, glaucoma and retinitis pigmentosa.
Comparison of psychosocial and emotional consequences of childhood strabismus on the families from rural and urban India.
Among younger children, the burden of amblyopia and strabismus was 84.
Many adults will have poor sight because of undiagnosed strabismus which wasn't detected when they were young.
In this case series, a computerized database review was performed at our tertiary ophthalmology center on 4773 patients with strabismus who had undergone strabismus operation between August 2006 and May 2012, searching for patients with MED.
Bose is experienced in performing orbital decompression in thyroid eye disease, optic nerve sheath fenestration, muscle surgery in restrictive and paralytic strabismus, lid retraction surgery, Botox injection, and complex surgeries of the head and orbit in association with maxillofacial surgeons and neurosurgeons.
The youngster has a range of chronic disabilities including, microcephaly, global development delay, low white matter and myelin levels in brain, West Syndrome, spasticity, visual impairment, Talipes (club foot), strabismus (crossed eyes), face sensitivity, gastroesophageal reflux disease and osteoporosis.
09%, the ocular abnormalities amblyopia 19%, strabismus 23%, phoria only 43.
In the prescription of glasses in very young children to correct developmental conditions such as strabismus, doctors are said to say it is crucial that lenses by properly aligned.
Strabismus is defined as any ocular misalignment (1).