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Management of intermittent exotropia strabismus of the divergence excess type.
We highlight that there is a lack of evidence for best practice and a need for not only high-quality clinical studies but also a better understanding of current practice patterns among clinicians so as to inform future research....
Parks' monofixation syndrome revisited: abecedarian pathway from Kabala to entropy via the Tower of Babel.
The optometrization of ophthalmology. The association for research in vision and optometry? Get serious! Myopia is environmental but non-tre...
A history of this scientific periodical, Binocular Vision & Strabismus Qtly.
Is the "ownership society" the solution to the ever-rising costs of medical care? Plus: correcting overcorrected esotropias and A-pattern an...
Intermittent exotropia surgery in children: long term outcome regarding changes in binocular alignment. A study of 666 cases.
To review and determine the long term outcome of surgery for intermittent exotropia in children. A total of 666 cases were reviewed. They were 15 years old or younger and underwent surgery for intermittent exotropia during the preceding 22 years. Bilateral recession of the lateral rectus muscles was...
Stereoacuity and depth perception decrease with increased instrument magnification: comparing a non-magnified system with lens loupes and a ...
To evaluate the effect of instrument magnification used in eye surgery on stereoacuity and depth perception. Twenty-one subjects (10 clinical ophthalmologists familiar with loupes and operating microscopes and 11 non-ophthalmologists) with normal near vision and stereoacuity were tested with the Ran...
Traumatic hyphema: a critical review of the scientifically catastrophic history of steroid treatment therefore; and A report of 24 additiona...
We report and add another 24 TH cases treated with the Yasuna systemic steroid No Touch PLUS protocol. Review of all reports in Medline since its inception in 1966 and such reports not in Medline but retrievable by successive reference and various alternate sources. Retrospective review of charts of...
Aniseikonia at the millennium.
Acetylcholine intramuscular injection improves results of inferior oblique myectomy.
Our experience with injection of acetylcholine to the myectomized inferior oblique shows that it can, by stimulating contraction, enhance withdrawal and recession of the disinserted myectomized muscle and thereby eliminate undesirable reattachment near the original insertion. The end result is a low...