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Transactions 28th European Strabismological Association Meeting : Transactions of the 28th ESA Meeting, Bergen Norway, June 2003 - Jan-Tjeerd De Faber

Transactions 28th European Strabismological Association Meeting

Transactions of the 28th ESA Meeting, Bergen Norway, June 2003

Hardcover Published: 1st June 1988
ISBN: 9789026519659
Number Of Pages: 392

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This book contains all oral presentations, posters, and workshop transactions of the 28th Meeting of the European Strabismological Association that took place in Bergen, Norway. The highlight of the meeting is the ESA-lecture what can eye muscle studies tell us about strabismus by Prof. Gunnar Lennerstrand from Stockholm. All 60 oral presentations of the following sessions are described: screening, amblyopia, eye movements, vision, refraction, nystagmus, stereopsis, exotropia, vergence problems, refractive surgery, cataract and strabismus, strabismus surgery, botulinum toxin, EMG, oblique muscles, paralytic strabismus, thyroid, duane syndrome and varia.

The implementation of primary orthoptic vision screening for 4-5 year old children in inner city Bradfordp. 3
Vision screening in 3-year old children : comparison between the lea symbol chart and HVOT(LM) chartp. 7
Vision screening program for 4-year old childrenp. 11
With an eye on vision screening in the Netherlands : Rotterdam amblyopia screening effectiveness study (RAMSES) up to datep. 15
New guidelines for screening of vision in children in Norwayp. 21
The relationship between stereopsis and visual acuity after occlusion therapy for amblyopiap. 27
Citicoline treatment of amblyopia in elderly strabic childrenp. 33
Contrast masking and spatial frequency properties of contour interaction in normals and amblyopesp. 39
Rapid monocular adaptation of saccade amplitude in constant strabismusp. 45
Synkinesis of vergence and accommodation in accommodative esotropiap. 51
Isometric force development of single horizontal eye muscles in esotropia and exotropiap. 57
Introduction of the 2003 ESA lecturer Professor Gunnar Lennerstrandp. 63
What can eye muscle studies tell us about strabismus?p. 65
Effect of off-axis retinoscopy on objective refractive measurementp. 79
Interrelation of optokinetic nystagmus response and recognation visual acuityp. 83
Observational analysis of nystagmic oscillations by two-dimensional video-oculographyp. 85
Stereoacuity norms for the Frisby Davis distance stereotest at different distancesp. 87
Stereoacuity is not always the best measure of controlp. 91
Latent nystagmus : is the eye an accessory vestibule?p. 97
Saccadic eye movements in thyroid associated ophthalmopathyp. 99
Classification of control in intermittent exotropiap. 103
The evaluation of office control in X(T) : a systematic approachp. 109
Exotropia in infancy : management experience at Manchester Royal Eye Hospital, UKp. 113
The accommodative-convergence complex - a reviewp. 115
Etiology of accommodative esotropia - current conceptsp. 121
The role of bifocals in the management of accommodative esotropiap. 125
Outcome of treatment in accommodative esotropia - how often do we restore binocular vision?p. 127
A study on the treatment of convergence insufficiencyp. 135
Binocular vision problems after refractive surgeryp. 137
Refractive surgery and binocularityp. 143
Strabismus after treatment of unilateral congenital cataracts : a clinical model for strabismus physiopathogenesis?p. 147
Strabismus in pediatric cataractp. 153
Combined strabismus and cataract surgery in adultsp. 157
The early vs. late infantile strabismus surgery study : first resultsp. 163
Hardly any difference between bilateral recession (BR) and unilateral recession resection (RR) : results of a controlled, prospective, randomized multicentre studyp. 165
The effect of seprafilm on adhesions in strabismus surgery - an experimental studyp. 167
Antinomic deviations : esodevation associated with exodevationp. 173
Comparison of modified anchored 'hang-back technique' (HBT) with conventional HBT in bi-medial rectus recession (BMR)p. 177
Parameters to calculate the amount of conventional eye muscle surgeryp. 179
Early onset strabismus, DVD and a-pattern : efficacy of the superior rectus recessionp. 185
Does botulinum toxin have a role in the treatment of small angle esotropia?p. 191
Esotropia in paediatric aphakic patients : the role of botulinum toxinp. 193
Levator denervation for upper lid retraction secondary to seventh nerve palsyp. 197
The useful of botulinum toxin type-A in the treatment of chronic sixth ocular nerve palsyp. 201
Quantitative E. M. G. of E. O. M. in patients with congenital fibrosis of the extraocular muscles (CFEOMI)p. 205
The surgical indications and outcome of superior oblique tendon spacersp. 211
Evaluation of binocular visual function with electrophysiologic and psychophysic tests in Brown syndromep. 215
Results of superior oblique tenotomy for A-pattern strabismus measured with two methodsp. 217
Inferior oblique muscle function : correlation between scleral insertions of inferior, lateral recti and inferior oblique muscle and clinical function of inferior oblique musclep. 219
Clinical results of inferior oblique marginal or Z-myotomyp. 227
Management of adherence syndrome following inferior oblique surgeryp. 231
Changes in incomitance in acquired unilateral sixth nerve palsyp. 239
Limitation of opposing ductions following augmented horizontal rectus muscle transpositionp. 243
VIth nerve palsies as isolated mononeuropathies in patients with multiple sclerosisp. 247
The natural history of brainstem ocular motility disorders due to vascular pathologyp. 249
Long-term follow-up after vertical rectus muscle transposition and botulinum toxin for sixth nerve paralysisp. 255
New methods for quantifying severity of diplopiap. 257
Management of large vertical deviations in thyroid eye diseasep. 261
Dosage of eye muscle surgery in endocrine orbitopathyp. 265
Bilateral Duane's syndrome type I in siblings : case reportp. 271
An unusual cause of diplopia as the presenting sign of breast carcinomap. 277
Acquired distance esotropia associated with myopiap. 283
The eso trend following heroin detoxificationp. 289
Principles in training for subspecialty ophthalmic care in developing countriesp. 291
Management of motility disorders in patients with SCA type 3p. 295
The development and treatment of V-pattern and upshoot in adduction in cyclic esotropiap. 299
Thyroid ophthalmopathy manifesting as superior oblique paralysisp. 303
Factors influencing success of botulinum toxin treatment in exotropia : preliminary resultsp. 307
Ocular oscillation and visually dependent postural control in congenital nystagmusp. 309
Prediction of visual outcome after treatment in children with amblyopia in dependence of initial monocular and binocular functionsp. 315
Idiopathic progressive strabismus fixus in the absence of significant myopiap. 319
Long-term results of augmented surgery for partially accommodative esotropiap. 323
Clinical risk factors and treatment of convergence insufficiency pattern consecutive exotropiap. 325
Vertical retraction syndromep. 329
Ocular motility disorders as a complication of Baerveldt implantp. 331
About a case of acquired Brown's syndrome after insect bitep. 333
Binocular vision after refractive surgery in hyperopic patientsp. 337
The results of the systemic treatment of binocular vision and of amblyopia in children with eccentric fixationp. 343
Refraction over cycloplegia : 2 versus 3 eyedrops use of cyclopentolatep. 345
Congenital third nerve palsy in septo-optic dysplasia (de Morsier syndrome)p. 347
Orbital fracture referrals : outcome resultsp. 351
The early natural history of acquired non-accommdative esotropiap. 353
Visual conversive syndrome disorder : a case reportp. 355
E. M. A. N. (eye movement and accommodation analyzer) device for vergence accommodation synkinesis recording and analysisp. 357
Clinical features of isolated inferior rectus paralysisp. 363
Infantile orofacial hemangioma with ipsilateral peripapillary excavation in girls - a variant of PHACE syndromep. 371
The outcome of strabismus surgery in patients with Graves' ophthalmopathy without prior orbital decompressionp. 373
A model for the prediction of outcomes of recession/resection surgery for primary constant esotropiasp. 377
Globe preserving treatment of an unilateral retinoblastoma by brachychemoradio-therapyp. 381
The dragged-fovea diplopia syndromep. 385
Binocular outcome of EOM-surgery for esotropia with onset later than one year of agep. 387
Correlation between asthenopic symptoms and different measurements of convergence and reading abilityp. 389
Duane retraction syndrome - case reportp. 391
Acute-onset adult esotropia : Bielschowsky typep. 393
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ISBN: 9789026519659
ISBN-10: 9026519656
Audience: Professional
Format: Hardcover
Language: English
Number Of Pages: 392
Published: 1st June 1988
Country of Publication: US
Dimensions (cm): 25.4 x 17.78  x 2.39
Weight (kg): 0.95
Edition Number: 1