Orthoptic basic of examination.- Assessing vision in children.- Ocular motility.- Sensory testing.- Hess charts.- Amblyopia and its management.- Prescribing glasses for children.- Concomitant Strabismus.- Esotropia.- Exotropia.- Non Surgical Management of concomitant strabismus.- Surgical Management of concomitant strabismus.- Incomitant Strabismus.- Management of Incomitant strabismus.- Paralytic strabismus.- Special forms of strabismus.- Alphabet pattern.- Thyroid Eye Disease.- Browns Syndrome.- Duanes Syndrome.- MEDS/ Double Elevator Palsy.- Myasthenia Gravis/ CFS/CPEO. Nystagmus.
This book provides a clear, concise and easy to understand guide to the diagnosis and management of strabismus. Throughout the text, a practical approach to examining, diagnosing and treating patients with strabismus is utilised, supported with case studies in the form of patient photographs and ocular motility videos. Flowcharts and tables are included, together with evidence based management plans and suggestions for further reading.
Simplifying Strabismus: A Practical Approach to Diagnosis and Management is aimed at optometrists, junior and senior ophthalmologists, as well as any medical professional wishing to improve their knowledge of strabismus.
Saurabh Jain is a Consultant Ophthalmic Surgeon at the Royal Free London NHS Foundation Trust (London, UK)and the Training Program Director for Ophthalmology in North London. He has special expertise in all aspects of paediatric ophthalmology and strabismus. He started his ophthalmology career at Kings College Hospital, London and has undergone specialist training at the Leicester Royal Infirmary and Manchester Royal Eye Hospital.
Dr Jain is involved in running a busy full time clinical service at the Royal Free, Whittington, University College London and Barnet hospitals, which includes clinical work, training junior surgeons and allied clinical professionals, research and educational activities. He has special interest in training junior surgeons in the systematic diagnosis of strabismus and the use of minimally invasive strabismus surgical techniques. He is a member of the American Association of Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, European Board of Ophthalmology and the International Strabismological Association. He is the Education officer for the British and Irish Paediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Association (BIPOSA). He is a senior examiner for the Royal College of Ophthalmologists.