Strabismus Surgery: Basic and Advanced Strategies

Hardcover | July 15, 2004

byDavid A. Plager, Marshall M. Parks, Gunther K. von Noorden

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Strabismus is a disorder in which the eyes are misaligned. This volume is the most advanced reference for techniques in diagnosis and treatment of strabismus. Chapters cover diagnosis of, surgical and nonsurgical treatments for, and management of esotropia (eyes aligned inward) exotropia (eyesaligned outward), dissociated strabismus complex, paralytic strabismus, restrictive strabismus, and nystagmus. It also contains a chapter on reoperation strategies.

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Strabismus is a disorder in which the eyes are misaligned. This volume is the most advanced reference for techniques in diagnosis and treatment of strabismus. Chapters cover diagnosis of, surgical and nonsurgical treatments for, and management of esotropia (eyes aligned inward) exotropia (eyesaligned outward), dissociated strabismus co...

David A. Plager is at Indiana University School of Medicine.
Format:HardcoverDimensions:216 pages, 7.09 × 10.12 × 0.71 inPublished:July 15, 2004Publisher:Oxford University PressLanguage:English

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ISBN - 10:0195170237

ISBN - 13:9780195170238

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Table of Contents

1. Michael X. Repka, MD: Esotropic Deviations:1.1. Infantile Esotropia1.2. Acquired Esotropia2. M. Edward Wilson, MD: Exotropic Deviations:2.1. Intermittent Exotropia2.2. Congenital Exotropia2.3. Sensory Exotropia2.4. Convergence Insufficiency2.5. Exotropic Duane Retraction Syndrome3. David A. Plager, MD: Oblique Muscle Dysfunction:3.1. Causes of Oblique Muscle Overactions3.2. Inferior Oblique Overaction3.3. Inferior Oblique Underaction3.4. Superior Oblique Overaction3.5. Superior Oblique Underaction4. M. Edward Wilson, MD: Dissociated Deviations:4.1. Terminology of Dissociated Strabismus Complex4.2. Theories of Causation4.3. Incidence of the Complex4.4. Ocular Manifestations of the Complex4.5. Treatment for Dissociated Vertical Deviation4.6. Treatment for Dissociated Horizontal Deviation5. Edward G. Buckley, MD: Paralytic Strabismus:5.1. Surgical Principles5.2. Surgical Considerations5.3. Sixth Nerve Palsy5.4. Third Nerve Palsies5.5. Double Elevator Palsy5.6. Internuclear Ophthalmoplegia5.7. Ocular Myasthenia5.8. Chronic Progressive External Ophthalmoplegia6. Edward G. Buckley, MD: Restrictive Strabismus:6.1. Patient Evaluation6.2. Surgical Concepts6.3. Surgical Techniques6.4. Thyroid Ophthalmology6.5. Orbital Wall Fractures6.6. Retinal Detachment Surgery6.7. Cataract Surgery6.8. Congenital Fibrosis Syndrome7. Michael X. Repka, MD: Surgery for Nystagmus:7.1. Indications for Surgery7.2. Patient Evaluation7.3. Behavioral Interventions7.4. Optical and Pharmacologic Interventions7.5. Surgery for Anomalous Head Postures7.6. Surgery for Head Tilt7.7. Surgery for Visual Acuity7.8. Complications of Nystagmus Surgery8. David A. Plager, MD: Reoperation Strategies:8.1. Principles for Reoperation8.2. Reoperation for Residula or Consecutive Horizontal Strabismus8.3. Reoperation for New Vertical Deviation8.4. Repoperation for Residual of Consecutive Vertical StrabismusSuggested ReadingsReferencesIndex

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"The book is an excellent read if you want a complex, comprehensive, and clinically applicable discussion of strabismus surgery."--British Journal of Opthalmology