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Eye Essentials: Binocular Vision by Bruce J. W. Evans BSc PhD FCOptom DipCLP DipOrth FAAO

By Bruce J. W. Evans BSc PhD FCOptom DipCLP DipOrth FAAO FBCLA, Sandip Doshi PhD MCOptom, William Harvey MCOptom

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This near target is then held just beyond this point 3. The patient then looks at a distant target and makes this single 4. Then the patient looks back at the near target, making this single 5. Steps 3 and 4 are repeated, every now and then checking that the near target is close to the near point of convergence Distance to near 1. As above, but the patient holds an additional (jump convergence) target a few centimeters beyond the near with physiological target diplopia 2. This target is seen in physiological diplopia and the patient is made aware of this Specific types of heterophoria 3.

Possible binocular vision. In reality, very few practitioners would recommend surgery for a cosmetically good small angle strabismus and there are not many practitioners who would recommend eye exercises for this type of case either. , to meet vocational requirements), then eye exercises aimed at (a) increasing the fusional reserves and (b) eliminating the sensory adaptation are a possibility. Again, there is a risk of producing intractable diplopia so treatment of these cases should only be attempted by appropriately experienced practitioners with the full informed consent of the patient.

When do I need to do something? 7 listed the three reasons why binocular vision anomalies may require an intervention. Each of these three reasons will now be considered in turn, with respect to strabismus. 47 Strabismus 48 1. If the strabismus is causing symptoms or decreased visual function When young children (below the age of 8–11 years) develop strabismus then they usually acquire sensory adaptations to avoid diplopia (see pp. 42–44). Patients who are too old to develop these adaptations typically experience diplopia in response to a new strabismus.

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