Sound eye versus amblyopic eye surgery for correction of unilateral sensory strabismus

Published on Jun 24, 2016in Journal of Clinical & Experimental Ophthalmology
· DOI :10.4172/2155-9570.C1.030
Mohamed Mostafa Kamel Diab Ahmed Swalim1
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Kamal Suliman1
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#1Anna Dickmann (CUA: The Catholic University of America)H-Index: 13
#2Stefania Aliberti (CUA: The Catholic University of America)H-Index: 6
Last. Emilio Balestrazzi (CUA: The Catholic University of America)H-Index: 26
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Purpose To evaluate the change in sensory status and quality-of-life measures in adults with long-standing childhood-onset constant strabismus. Methods Consecutive patients with childhood-onset, long-term constant strabismus were enrolled. Sensory status was examined with Bagolini striated glasses test and Worth 4-dot test. Stereopsis was tested with the Lang and TNO stereopsis tests. Quality of life was studied with 2 different questionnaires (Short Form Health Survey [SF-36] and the Amblyopia ...
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#1W. M. King (UM: University of Michigan)H-Index: 7
The neurophysiological basis for binocular control of eye movements in primates has been characterized by a scientific controversy that has its origin in the historical conflict of Hering and Helmholtz in the 19th century. This review focuses on two hypotheses, linked to that conflict, that seek to account for binocular coordination – Hering’s Law vs. uniocular control of each eye. In an effort to manage the length of the review, the focus is on extracellular single-unit studies of premotor eye ...
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#1Paula M. Edelman (Children's Hospital Los Angeles)H-Index: 3
: The most common functional benefits from strabismus surgery in the adult patient are restoration of binocular vision and elimination of diplopia and/or a compensatory head posture. Adult patients with chronic strabismus have been thought to have the potential to achieve only a cosmetic result from surgery. On the contrary, several studies have shown that unexpected sensory fusion is possible after excellent postoperative motor alignment in these patients. Other functional benefits of strabismu...
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#1Yong Chul Park (KNU: Kyungpook National University)H-Index: 1
#2Bo Young Chun (KNU: Kyungpook National University)H-Index: 6
Last. Jung Yoon Kwon (KNU: Kyungpook National University)H-Index: 4
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Purpose: To compare the success rates and stabilities of postoperative alignment between adjustable and the non-adjustable surgeries in the treatment of sensory exotropia. Methods: A retrospective analysis was performed on all patients with sensory exotropia who had undergone unilateral lateral rectus recession and medial rectus resection (RR23:277-280 ⓒ 2009 by the Korean Ophthalmological Society.
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#1Ann L. Webber (QUT: Queensland University of Technology)H-Index: 12
The basis of treatment for amblyopia (poor vision due to abnormal visual experience early in life) for 250 years has been patching of the unaffected eye for extended times to ensure a period of use of the affected eye. Over the last decade randomised controlled treatment trials have provided some evidence on how to tailor amblyopia therapy more precisely to achieve the best visual outcome with the least negative impact on the patient and the family. This review highlights the expansion of knowle...
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#1Jin Wook Jeoung (SNU: Seoul National University)H-Index: 29
#2Min Joung Lee (SNU: Seoul National University)H-Index: 7
Last. Jeong-Min Hwang (New Generation University College)H-Index: 1
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Purpose To compare the surgical outcomes of bilateral lateral rectus recession and unilateral recess-resect (RR) procedure on the nondominant eye for the patients of exotropia with a dominant fixating eye. Design Prospective randomized comparative clinical trial. Methods One hundred twenty-four patients of exotropia with an invariably fixating eye were enrolled to this study. Patients were assigned randomly to two groups, those who underwent bilateral lateral rectus (BLR) recessions (BLR group) ...
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Purpose: This study was carried out for the clinical analysis of deviation axis of sensory strabismus Methods: We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of 100 patients who had been diagnosed with sensory strabismus and undergone surgery. Etiology, age at onset of vision loss, duration of vision loss, refraction in sound eye, angle of deviation according to sensory esotropia and exotropia were analyzed. Results: The most common etiology was corneal opacity which occurred in 17 patients (17...
#1John D. Baker (WSU: Wayne State University)H-Index: 9
Abstract Objectives: To look at the value of adult strabismus correction to the patient, to consider what is known, and to define the challenges and opportunities for helping these patients. Method: The benefits of adult strabismus correction leading to the establishment of binocularity, expansion of visual field, and improved psychosocial health are presented and supported by published studies. Results: Adults with strabismus can benefit from its correction. Conclusion: There is a tremendous ne...
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#1Susan A Havertape (SLU: Saint Louis University)H-Index: 5
#2Oscar A. CruzH-Index: 23
Last. Fred C ChuH-Index: 1
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Purpose: The type of horizontal strabismus from loss or impairment of vision is thought to depend on patient age at the time of vision loss. Association between the age at onset of vision loss and development of esotropia vs exotropia will be determined. Methods: Patients with a diagnosis of sensory strabismus and visual acuity of 20/40 or poorer were reviewed as well as patients with diagnoses consistent with the development of sensory strabismus. Parameters considered were age at onset of visi...
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#1Joan D BalgosH-Index: 1
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Background Therapeutic corneal pigmentation has modernly evolved into different sophisticated techniques to camouflage cosmetically disabling corneal opacities and scars with good reported outcomes. Blind eyes frequently suffer from strabismus which further deteriorates the cosmesis of the patient. Combined keratopigmentation (KTPG) with strabismus surgery may be an option for these patients. Methods A total of 72 consecutive patients were retrospectively reviewed in this investigation. Main out...
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