Taylor and Hoyt’s Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 5e

New chapters, new editors and contributors, and an upgraded video collection make Taylor and Hoyt’s Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 5th Edition, the most current and complete reference available in this evolving field. Editors Scott R. Lambert and Christopher J. Lyons, both globally recognized leaders, provide authoritative coverage of all the pediatric ophthalmic conditions you’re likely to encounter in practice, including the latest clinical advances in etiology, diagnosis, and medical and surgical management.
Expert guidance on the complete spectrum of childhood eye disorders and strabismus, including a unique “practical problems” section designed to help you handle difficult patient situations.
More than 1,800 high-quality images and artworks provide visual guidance in diagnosis and management.
A practical “how to” perform strabismus surgery chapter with extensive step-by-step artworks for complete visual guidance.
Comprehensive updates of all topics, with nine brand-new chapters covering significant advances in the management of refractive errors in children; binocular vision; conjunctival tumors; optimal approaches to patient-family communication, and a unique chapter on the impact of mobile apps for the pediatric ophthalmologist.
State-of-the-art coverage of key areas such as OCT and all of the newest imaging techniques for the eye, orbit and visual pathways; anti-VEGF treatment for retinopathy of prematurity; and minimally invasive strabismus surgery.
An expanded video collection with more than 60 narrated instructional clips depicting multiple diagnostic and surgical techniques.

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Understanding Strabismus 1st

The management of a patient with strabismus is one of the most challenging tasks for trainee ophthalmic surgeons and general ophthalmologists.

This book is clinically oriented; it describes the clinical management of all varieties of strabismus in a step-wise and simplified manner which is very easy to follow.

Strabismus surgery is the second most common major ophthalmic surgical procedure after cataract surgery. The basic surgical principles, indications and techniques are fully explained and illustrated with diagrams and figures.

In the last chapter of the book, common clinical cases are discussed regarding their presentation and management. This chapter is actually the whole essence of the book which helps the reader develop a comprehensive knowledge and grasp of the subject.

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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus (Basic & Clinical Science Course (BCSC))

Begins with discussions of the pediatric eye examination and extraocular muscle anatomy. Includes chapters on amblyopia, sensory physiology and pathology, and the diagnostic evaluation of strabismus. Examines the clinical features, diagnosis and treatment of esodeviations and exodeviations, pattern strabismus, vertical deviations, nystagmus, and special forms of strabismus. Also describes key aspects of extraocular muscle surgery. The second part of this book covers the full range of pediatric ocular disorders. Includes 12 videos covering diagnostic evaluation, procedures for vertical deviations, and surgery of the extraocular muscles.

Upon completion of Section 6, readers should be able to:

*Describe evaluation techniques for young children that provide the maximum gain of information with the least trauma and frustration
*Explain the classification and diagnosis of amblyopia, as well as the treatment options
*Describe the commonly used diagnostic and measurement tests for strabismus
*List the possible complications of strabismus surgery, and describe guidelines to minimize them
*Design an approach to the diagnosis of decreased vision in children, and list resources available to these patients

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Learning Strabismus Surgery: A Case-Based Approach

Ideal for both the student seeking a firmer understanding of strabismus surgery and the experienced surgeon looking to improve clinical decision-making, this practical resource uses a case-based approach to help readers conceptualize, plan, and perform complex strabismus procedures at every difficulty level.

With this handy reference, you’ll examine complex cases—each with a unique set of clinical findings—then analyze the information, choose a surgical approach, and make a detailed plan for the procedure, all the while being guided by the steady hands of experienced strabismus surgeons.

At the end of each case you’ll review the findings and think about what worked – and what could have been done better.  Then you’ll take a short-answer quiz to lock in the key concepts.

Look inside and discover…•       Fifty-two real-world cases help you apply surgical concepts and optimize patient outcomes•       Labeled difficulty levels from “basic” to “expert” help you find the right complexity for focused review•       Comprehensive cross-referencing lets you focus on the cases you need to review when you need them•       Expert perspectives help you assess complex cases, weigh your options, and refine clinical choices•       Extensive video library brings you into the operating room to watch the experts operate•       Review questions improve recall and make it easy to prepare for certification examinations•       Reader-friendly format condenses vital surgical information into one handy reference

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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 2nd

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to the Second Edition here have been significant changes in pediatric Chapter 56 by Maya Eibschitz-Tsimhoni, MD, is a T ophthalmology and strabismus since the first wonderful contribution to the literature, as it reviews edition. Great effort has gone into incorporat­ 235 important ocular disorders that have systemic ing recent advances into this second edition. Each manifestations, and it includes a detailed glossary of chapter in the book has been revised, and over half of terms. them have been completely rewritten. In addition to As with the first edition, our goal is to present a updating and revising the entire book, we have added comprehensive textbook of pediatric ophthalmology three new chapters: Chapter 7 on electrophysiology and strabismus written in a clear, reader-friendly style. and the eye, Chapter 1 7 on strabismus surgery, and Our hope is that the readerwill find the second edi­ Chapter 56 on congenital syndromes with ocular man­ tion of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus to ifestations. Chapter 17 is the definitive work on pedi­ be scientifically informative, clinically useful, and en­ atric ocular electrophysiology, bar none, and was fin­ joyable to read. ished just weeks before the untimely death of its author, Dr. Tony Kriss (see tribute in Chapter 17).

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Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements

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In the past few years, there has been an explosion of eye movement research in cognitive science and neuroscience. This has been due to the availability of ‘off the shelf’ eye trackers, along with software to allow the easy acquisition and analysis of eye movement data. Accompanying this has been a realisation that eye movement data can be informative about many different aspects of perceptual and cognitive processing. Eye movements have been used to examine the visual and cognitive processes underpinning a much broader range of human activities, including, language production, dialogue, human computer interaction, driving behaviour, sporting performance, and emotional states. Finally, in the past thirty years, there have been real advances in our understanding of the neural processes that underpin eye movement behaviour.
The Oxford Handbook of Eye Movements provides the first comprehensive review of the entire field of eye movement research. In over fifty chapters, it reviews the developments that have so far taken place, the areas actively being researched, and looks at how the field is likely to devlop in the coming years. The first section considers historical and background material, before moving onto section 2 on the neural basis of eye movements. The third and fourth sections looks at visual cognition and eye movements and eye movement pathology and development. The final sections consider eye movements and reading and language processing and eye movements.
Bringing together cutting edge research from and international team of leading psychologists, neuroscientists, and vision researchers, this book is the definitive reference work in this field

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Management of Strabismus and Amblyopia: A Practical Guide

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Based on their more than 40 years’ combined clinical and teaching experience, Drs. Pratt-Johnson and Tillson bring you the long-awaited second edition of their classic text, packed with clear, straightforward guidelines for managing patients with strabismus, amblyopia and related disorders. You will find numerous methods, techniques, problems and practical solutions that can easily be applied in your everyday practice, leading to optimal results. The clear choice for anyone in the field. Whether you are a practicing ophthalmologist, resident, technician, or orthoptist, this masterful book gives you the tools for diagnosing patients with strabismus, amblyopia and related disorders. It shares with you the best results from the authors’ distinguished international practice, gives expert recommendations on devising a plan of action, reviews surgical and nonsurgical options, shows how amblyopia can be largely eliminated by appropriate treatment in childhood, and much more.

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Color Atlas of Strabismus Surgery: Strategies and Techniques

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2.7% of children in the US are born with or develop strabismus (crossed eyes) in the early years of life. (The incidence rates are similar in much of the developed world.) While the condition only rarely leads to blindness, it can have long-term impacts on ocular health. Left untreated, one eye will eventually become dominant over the other, heightening the concern over injury or illness in the “good” eye. Strabismus can be treated therapeutically with eye patches, but the success rate isn’t optimal. More often, surgical correction is the path chosen not only for cosmetic/social reasons but also because it is more medically effective.

 

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Clinical Strabismus Management: Principles and Surgical Techniques, 1e

Arthur L. Rosenbaum MD (Author), Alvina Pauline Santiago MD (Author)

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Introducing a text that provides guidance for the clinician in the assessment and management of all forms of strabismus in both adults and children. Focusing on clinical management, this text puts into perspective modern diagnostic tests, and discusses the range of treatments available once a case of strabismus has been evaluated.

Covers both standard and innovative surgical techniques through the use of color intraoperative photographs. Also discusses principles of surgical management and the different surgical procedures commonly used in the management of these complex problems.

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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 4e

Creig S. Hoyt MD MA (Author), David Taylor MD FRCS FRCP FRCOphth DSc(med) (Author)

Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus is your one-stop source for comprehensive coverage of all the pediatric ophthalmic conditions you are likely to encounter in practice. Extensively updated with expert contributions from leaders in the field and now featuring online instructional videos, this ophthalmology reference delivers all the state-of-the-art guidance you need to effectively diagnose and manage even the most challenging eye diseases and disorders seen in children.

  •  Take a holistic approach to patient management that considers the family and ensures optimal doctor-patient relationships.
  •  Get a balanced view of etiology, diagnosis, and management, and access unique guidance on the practical problems encountered in real-life clinical cases.
  •  Impresses the importance of systemic disease in diagnosis and management.
  •  Apply all the latest clinical advances through updated coverage of strabismus diagnosis, management and complications; retinal dystrophies; imaging & investigation; AIDS in children; developmental biology; cerebral visual impairment; child abuse; severe developmental glaucoma; and corneal dystrophies.
  •  Get rich visual guidance in diagnosis and management from over 1,700 full-color illustrations.
  •  Access advice from the experts with contributions from several new top researchers and clinicians.
  •  Find the answers you need quickly and easily through a consistent chapter organization and highly accessible clinical information.
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Squint Surgery (Step By Step)

Prasad Walimbe (Author)

Chapter-01 Anesthesia for squint surgery
Chapter-02 Strabismus: Anatomical Pearls
Chapter-03 Strabismus Evaluation
Chapter-04 Counseling for Squint Surgery
Chapter-05 Instruments for Strabismus Surgery
Chapter-06 Principles of Strabismus Surgery
Chapter-07 Horizontal muscle surgery for Strabismus
Chapter-08 Vertical and Oblique Muscle Surgery
Chapter-09 Strabismus Surgery in Special Situations
Chapter-10 Squint Surgery with Adjustable Sutures
Chapter-11 Botulinum Toxin in Squint
Chapter-12 Squint Postoperative Follow-up and Treatment
Chapter-13 Complications in Squint Surgery
Chapter-14 What is New in Strabismus?

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Clinical Orthoptics

Clinical Orthoptics [Paperback]
Fiona J. Rowe (Author)
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Clinical Orthoptics has become established as a basic reference text providing fundamental information on anatomy, innervation and orthoptic investigation, plus diagnosis and management of strabismus, ocular motility and related disturbances. It is aimed at trainee ophthalmologists and orthoptic undergraduate students. Qualified orthoptists, general ophthalmologists and optometrists will also find valuable guidance in these pages.

In this edition, the author has maintained the goal of producing a user–friendly, clinically relevant and succinct book, while revising it to reflect a variety of developments in the field.

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Essential reading for students of orthoptics and ophthalmolology
Now fully revised and updated
Generously illustrated with photographs and line drawings
Includes diagnostic aids, case reports, and helpful glossary

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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 3e

David Taylor (Author), Creig Hoyt (Author)

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“This is a marvelous book, which provides comprehensive coverage of the field. I predict it will be the ‘Gold Standard’ text for this field for the foreseeable future.” (Ocular Surgery News) This thoroughly revised New Edition is a uniquely comprehensive reference on pediatric ophthalmic conditions and strabismus. Leading international experts guide the reader from epidemiological conditions and developmental aspects through diagnostic and investigative guidelines, and from general principles of management to a detailed consideration of specific disease states. They present clinical conditions systematically- providing a 2-5-page analysis, guidelines as to the probable cause(s), and full references for further study. The BONUS CD-ROM allows users to incorporate all of the images from the text into their presentations!

  • Is a unique one-stop source of information on all pediatric ophthalmic conditions.
  • Includes a unique section on practical problems of actual clinical cases.
  • Offers balanced views of etiology, diagnosis, and management.
  • Provides over 850 high-quality illustrations (over 1,650 in full color) throughout the text.
  • Emphasizes a holistic approach to patient management that considers the family and aids in compliance.
  • Provides new chapters and an entirely new section on amblyopia and strabismus.
  • Features the state-of-the-art in research and procedure with thorough updating throughout.
  • Incorporates an all-new design and layout, and specially commissioned line artworks for greater consistency and easier access to information.
  • Includes a CD-ROM which contains references from the book that are linked directly to PubMed, and nearly all of the book’s images, easily downloadable for use in electronic presentations.
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Manual of Squint

 

Ahuja (Author)

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This book helps to understand the ocular muscles and their functional anomalies. It explains how surgeons by applying knowledge with efficiency and dedication could find solution to the squint problem. Contains diagrams, figures, and photographs to appropriately understand the subject. Postgraduates will be benefitted immensely not only during the course of formal study but also subsequently in their practice. It is a standard book on strabismus for postgraduates. The chapters on applied anatomy of paralytic squint are of very special significance to the student and practitioners of Ophthalmology. 1. Introduction, 2. Anatomy of Extraocular Muscles, 3.Neurological Control Movements, 4. Binocular Vision, 5. Visual Acuity, 6. Abnormalities of Binocular Vision, 7. Accommodative Convergence/Accommodation Ratio, 8. Heterophoria, 9. Pseudostrabismus, 10. Manifest and Concomitant Squint, 11. Paralytic Squints, 12. Vertical Strabismus, 13. A-V and X Syndromes, 14. Musculofascial Anomalies, 15. Abnormal Retinal Correspondance, 16. Amblyopia, 17. Aniseikonia, 18. Nystagmus,

 

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Strabismus Surgery and its Complications

David K. Coats (Author), Scott E. Olitsky (Author)

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This comprehensive atlas and textbook on strabismus surgery and its complications provides complete step-by-step instruction for the surgical management of the strabismus patient. In Part 1, detailed descriptions, photographs, and diagrams illustrate each major surgical procedure and variations. Part 2 presents an extensive review of surgical complications including their prevention, recognition, and treatment. The text is lavishly illustrated with artwork and photographic examples, and well-supported by sample references. A CD-ROM with video-clips of surgical procedures further enhances this atlas.

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Pediatric Ophthalmology, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Genetics: Strabismus – New Concepts in Pathophysiology, Diagnosis, and Treatment (Essentials in Ophthalmology)

By Birgit Lorenz, Michael C. Brodsky
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The broad field of neuro-ophthalmology encompasses lesions of both the afferent and efferent pathways, which can result from various etiologies: tumoral, paraneoplastic, vascular, inflammatory, infectious, or hereditary, just to name a few.
This volume of Essentials in Ophthalmology is dedicated to the review of new developments in neuro-ophthalmology, including those in diagnosis, physiology, investigations or therapeutic options. It is divided into six parts, designed to provide the clinician with a summary of some of the newest data regarding: Diseases of the optic nerve, unusual retinopathies, new methods of investigations of the retina, optic nerve, and visual brain, neuro-ophthalmic implications of some systemic disorders, oculomotility, visual rehabilitation.
This up-to-date, concise, and practical book will help the clinician understand the unusual diseases of certain patients with neuro-ophthalmic disorders.

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Strabismus: A Decision Making Approach (1994)


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This text provides an orderly and logical approach to the common and less common forms of strabismus treatment to be followed as the patient is being examined. It is organized into two sections: preliminaries and diagnostic; and treatment decisions. The signs, symptoms and treatments are discussed through a brief description on the left hand page with the corresponding algorithm on the right.

 


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Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and Management of Strabismus


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This classic text presents the latest information on pharmacological treatment of amblyopia, chemodenveration in place of surgery for certain types of strabismus, and much more! Over 330 illustrations show how to identify various conditions and perform the appropriate procedures.

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Strabismus: Fundamentals of Clinical Opthalmology


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This highly illustrated book on one of the commonest eye disorders addresses both the effects and treatment of the condition itself, and the indications for associated underlying disease. Strabismus in patients of all ages is discussed, making the book an important and useful reference especially for clinical ophthalmologists and those in training, as well as for general physicians needing to understand the association with other disease.
The comprehensive text discusses every type of strabismus, the investigations and the various approaches to management, both surgical and non-surgical. Written by one of the world’s leading authorities, this is an ideal reference for anyone managing patients with inherited or adult onset strabismus.
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Atlas of Pediatric Ophthalmology & Strabismus


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Brimming with more than 600 full-color images, this brand-new picture atlas is compiled by experts at the world-renowned Hospital for Sick Children in Toronto, Canada. Each highly detailed photograph is accompanied by concise, yet comprehensive descriptions of such pediatric ocular disorders as: strabismus, cataract, lacrimal sac mucocele, ptosis, congenital glaucoma, retinoblastoma, rhabdomyosarcoma, uveitis, optic nerve disorders, conjunctivitis, congenital malformations, and blepharitis. Designed for your busy practice, this complete reference also gives you extensive advice on ocular manifestations of pediatric systemic disease, radiologic and diagnostic imaging, and more.
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