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Diagnostic set for treating strabismus - optical compensators KK-42 - ensued from collaboration of several Ukrainian medical research institutions.
A total of 101 children presenting for strabismus surgery under sevoflurane anaesthesia were included in the study.
Journal of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 3, 2-32.
She has had strabismus, eye surgery, and also wears hearing aids in both ears.
This is one type of eye muscle disorder, or strabismus.
The Institute opened in 1981 and has become internationally recognized for treating complex eye problems such as macular and retinal degeneration, diabetic and thyroid-related eye diseases, retinal detachment, strabismus (crossed eyes), optic-nerve diseases, ocular trauma, infections and eye tumors.
With cataract, it needs to be treated within weeks, whereas with amblyopia, which might develop from strabismus [drifting or crossing of one or both eyes] or from uneven refractive error between the two eyes, the window of opportunity is much longer.
The conclusion that Rembrandt had strabismus is interesting.
On examination, all 3 were found to have strabismus, primary telecanthus, bilateral coloboma iridis, and low-set ears with posterior rotation of the pinnae.
Areas highlighted include: external eye disease, orbital and lacrimal disease, pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus, ocular oncology and much more.
Botox is approved by the Food and Drug Administration for the treatment of blepharospasm, strabismus, cervical dystonia, and wrinkles between the eyebrows, but not for headaches