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29th European Strabismological Associaton Meeting by Jan-Tjeerd H.N. de Faber

By Jan-Tjeerd H.N. de Faber

A compilation of chosen papers, posters and lectures awarded on the twenty ninth assembly of the eu Strabismological organization in Izmir, Turkey, June 2004, outlining the most recent advancements within the fields of eye surgical procedure, imaginative and prescient screening, ophthalmology and similar disciplines. The spotlight of this assembly was once the particular lecture given by means of Gunter von Noorden, "History of Strabismology", integrated the following in complete. The assembly additionally coated a couple of very important difficulties linked to strabismology, together with ambyopia, botulinum toxin, Brown’s syndrome and congenital fibrosis syndrome. additionally, new tools and methods are defined, giving an entire evaluation of the new issues in strabismology for strabismologists, pediatric opthalmologists and orthoptists.

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00 spherical equivalent) included the study in group I and II. Patients of group I had amblyopia but group II patients did not have amblyopia. Those with associated features below were not included the study. 2 Snellen lines in amblyopic eye (Byrne, 1991), paralytic or restrictive strabismus (Lee, 2001). All subjects underwent a complete ocular examination, with particular attention to ocular motility. A total of 50 patiens with esotropia were divided into 2 groups. Group I comprised of 26 esotropia patients with amblyopia, and group II comprised of 24 esotropia patiens without amblyopia and with alternating fixation.

Compliance was determined by questioning the parents. At long term follow up visits maintenance therapy with part time patching was offered if necessary. The VA of the amblyopic eye at the last visit was recorded as the long term follow up VA. 3 RESULTS 30 patients were treated with combined optical and atropine penalization and 20 patients were treated with full time patching. The age range was 3 to 8 years. 05). 001). Patients in the patch group had lower initial VA than the ones in the COAT group.

9%) and strabismus surgery was recommended for this case. According to the VEP results recorded before and after therapy of the 18 cases in group-A; in all cases that had increase in visual acuity as 3 Snellen lines and over , increase in amplitude and shortening in latency were observed. In 9 cases with visual acuity increase under 3 lines, 4 cases had amplitude increase and 7 cases had shortening in latency. 01) were statistically significant. Visual acuity increase over 9 years of age was supported with VEP findings objectively.

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