Binocular vision and ocular motility;: Theory and management of strabismus

Published on Jan 1, 1974
Gunter K. von Noorden43
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Emilio C. Campos8
Estimated H-index: 8
I. PHYSIOLOGY OF THE SENSORIMOTOR COORDINATION OF THE EYES 1.General Introduction 2. Binocular Vision and Space Perception 3. Summary of the Gross Anatomy of the Extraocular Muscles 4. Physiology of the Ocular Movements 5. The Near Vision Complex 6. Histology and Physiology of the Extraocular Muscles 7. Visual Acuity, Geometric Optical Effects of Spectacles, Aniseikonia II. INTRODUCTION TO NEUROMUSCULAR ANOMALIES OF THE EYES 8. Classification of Neuromuscular Anomalies of the Eyes 9. Etiology of Heterophoria and Heterotropia 10. Symptoms in Heterophoria and Heterotropia and Psychological Effects of Strabismus 11. Examination of Patient I - Preliminaries 12. Examination of Patient II - Motor Signs in Heterophoria and Heterotropia 13. Examination of Patient III - Sensory Signs, Symptoms, and Binocular Adaptations in Strabismus 14. Examination of Patient IV - Amblyopia 15. Examination of Patient V - Depth Perception III. CLINICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF NEUROMUSCULAR ANOMALIES OF THE EYES 16. Esodeviations 17. Exodeviations 18. Cyclovertical Deviations 19. A and V Patterns 20. Paralytic Strabismus 21. Special Forms of Strabismus 22. Anomalies of Convergence and Divergence 23. Nystagmus IV. PRINCIPLES OF THERAPY 24. Principles of Nonsurgical Treatment 25. Chemodenervation of Extraocular Muscles Botulinum Toxin 26. Principles of Surgical Treatment
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