By Jan-Tjeerd H.N. de Faber
A compilation of chosen papers, posters and lectures provided on the twenty ninth assembly of the ecu Strabismological organization in Izmir, Turkey, June 2004, outlining the most recent advancements within the fields of eye surgical procedure, imaginative and prescient screening, ophthalmology and comparable disciplines. The spotlight of this assembly was once the certain lecture given by means of Gunter von Noorden, "History of Strabismology", incorporated the following in complete. The assembly additionally lined a couple of vital difficulties linked to strabismology, together with ambyopia, botulinum toxin, Brown’s syndrome and congenital fibrosis syndrome. additionally, new tools and methods are defined, giving a whole review of the new themes in strabismology for strabismologists, pediatric opthalmologists and orthoptists.
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The described muscle surgery with very large dosage for a comitant deviation induces necessarily unwanted incomitances, as the photographs in different gaze positions demonstrate (fig. 5). The operation on the oblique muscles for incyclotropia produces a depression deficit with a V-phenomenon similar to a long-standing superior oblique palsy. It reduces the hypotropia in primary position, but in down gaze an eso- and hypertropia with diplopia can occur. A vertical transposition of the horizontal recti may partly diminish the V-effect.
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