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Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly

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  1. More on stereopsis! Ophthalmologic/orthoptic "binocular vision therapy". Advantages of suspension-recession; quality control; video-oculogra...

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 21(4):209 (2006) PMID 17069556

  2. Sherrington innervational surgery in the treatment of chronic sixth nerve paresis.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 20(3):159 (2005) PMID 16359278

    We also achieved a 100% satisfaction rate) indicates that innervational surgery in the form of a recession of the MR in the good eye added to that of the MR in the involved eye in patients with unilateral chronic sixth nerve paresis is a safe and effective surgical procedure....
  3. RE: Editorial: Reverse subspecialization?: is it time to separate ophthalmic pediatrics and strabology? Binocul Via Strabismus Q 2003;18:11-...

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 19(1):6 (2004) PMID 14998360

  4. RE: Randomised controlled trial of treatment of unilateral visual impairment detected at preschool vision screening. Clarke MP, Wright M, Hr...

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 19(1):6 (2004) PMID 14998361

  5. The efficacy of photoscreening for amblyopiagenic factors in a high risk population.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 18(4):233 (2003) PMID 14653776

    Amblyopia is the leading cause of monocular "legal" blindness in children and young adults, affecting 3% to 5% of the population. Factors producing amblyopia can be detected through a complete eye examination. Although it is important to treat children at risk for amblyopia as early as possible, app...
  6. Internuclear ophthalmoplegia (INO): an unusual presentation of neuropsychiatric lupus erythematosus.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 18(1):29 (2003) PMID 12597766

    We report such a case. CASE REPORT: A 35 year old woman with long standing SLE developed the abrupt onset of diplopia, vertigo and ataxia. Physical examination was remarkable only for the neurologic examination with a left INO and abnormal cerebellar testing. Treatment with corticosteroids and intra...
  7. Editorial: The end of "fix, follow and maintain"; stereopsis in seniors; lorazepam for accommodative esotropia?; surgery for congenital fibr...
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    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 16(2):83 (2001) PMID 11388879

  8. Outcome of surgery for congenital fibrosis of the inferior rectus muscle.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 16(2):105 (2001) PMID 11388883

    All the cases showed hypotropia with restricted eye elevation. Forced duction test showed resistance to upward eye movement. A horizontal deviation in primary eye position was also present in 10 cases (59%). The affected eye was amblyopic in the majority of cases. Binocular vision was absent in 15 o...
  9. Anomalous medial rectus muscle insertion in a child with craniosynostosis.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 16(2):119 (2001) PMID 11388885

    Oblique and vertical rectus muscle anomalies have been commonly reported in patients with craniofacial syndromes, while horizontal rectus muscle anomalies have been uncommonly reported. Case report of a child with Crouzon's Syndrome who was found to have an anomalous medial rectus muscle insertion a...
  10. Vergence adaptation in children and its clinical significance.

    Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly 16(1):29 (2001) PMID 11240934

    We compared vergence adaptation in 18 children and 18 young adult subjects by assessing tonic vergence (TV) before and immediately after a period of sustained near fixation, by measuring heterophoria with a synoptophore through 0.5 mm binocular pinholes. Adaptation was induced by a reading task at 1...