By Arthur L. Rosenbaum MD, Alvina Pauline Santiago MD
Introducing a textual content that gives information for the clinician within the review and administration of all kinds of strabismus in either adults and kids. concentrating on medical administration, this article places into viewpoint glossy diagnostic exams, and discusses the variety of remedies to be had as soon as a case of strabismus has been evaluated. Covers either common and cutting edge surgical options by using colour intraoperative pictures. additionally discusses rules of surgical administration and the several surgeries generic within the administration of those advanced difficulties.
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The binocular sensory system functions best if acuity is 20/20 or better in each eye, but it can still function even with lower acuity. Normal acuity also implies normal monocular fixation in each eye. Because vision rapidly declines with any eccentricity of fixation away Nasal Retina 0 Temporal Retina Figure 2 -1 . Graph showing how vision rapidly decreases as fixation moves away from the fovea. (Modified from Weymouth F, Hines D, Lawrence J, et al: Visual acuity within the area centralis and its relation to eye movements and fixation.
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