Diagnosis and Management of Ocular Motility Disorders by Alec M. Ansons

By Alec M. Ansons

Manchester Royal Eye health facility, Oxford, united kingdom. keeps the elemental framework of the former variation, c1991, and incorporates a new bankruptcy on an 'Introduction to Concomitant Strabismus,' with all different chapters revised and up-to-date. Halftone illustrations. DNLM: Ocular Motility Disorders--diagnosis.

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Radial keratotomy is a technique used to reduce myopia. The technique involves making multiple radial partial thickness incisions in the corneas which result in a flattening of the corneal curve and reduction in its refractive power. The technique is only suitable for low degrees of myopia and uneven surgery can result in considerable astigmatism. Epikeratophakia may be used to decrease or increase the refractive power of the patient’s cornea to treat myopia or hypermetropia (including aphakia).

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It may be unilateral or bilateral. aphakia is corrected by a spectacle lens (Mills 1979), making this form of treatment impractical. A manifest strabismus, usually exotropia in older patients and esotropia in young children, if the cataract or uncorrected aphakia persists for some time. Stimulus deprivation amblyopia, possibly with added strabismic amblyopia, is probable in patients with aphakia following surgery in congenital cataract or when aphakia is acquired in childhood. Suppression of the image of the aphakic eye occurs easily in children and is sometimes seen in adults.

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