Clinical Orthoptics

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John Wiley & Sons, Jan 17, 2012 - Health & Fitness - 488 pages
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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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Contents

Binocular Single Vision
17
Ocular Motility
29
Orthoptic Investigative Procedures
45
Heterophoria
131
Heterotropia
138
Relating to fixation distance
151
Hypertropia
168
Pseudostrabismus
174
Ptosis and Pupils
259
Neurogenic Disorders
272
Mechanical Paralytic Strabismus
310
Orbital injuries
333
Soft tissue injury
339
Further reading
350
Craniofacial Synostoses
362
Nystagmus
368

Further reading
184
Amblyopia and Visual Impairment
197
Aphakia
215
Incomitant Strabismus
223
Contents
224
Further reading 231 11 A and V Patterns
232
Investigation
236
Further reading
243
Supranuclear and Internuclear Disorders
382
Vergence movement disorders
385
Ocular tilt reaction
398
Abbreviations of Orthoptic Terms
418
Case Reports
441
Index
459
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About the author (2012)

Fiona J. Rowe is Lecturer in Orthoptics at the University of Liverpool and an Honorary Research Vision Scientist at the Department of Orthoptics and Ophthalmology, Warrington Hospital. Dr Rowe also lectures extensively to trainee and qualified ophthalmologists, ophthalmic nurses, and other members of the multi-disciplinary eye care team.

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