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Invited Symposium

[IS-FR-139] ISA Session: Binocular Function in Strabismic Patients
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Day
Apr 04 (Fri)
Time
13:30 - 15:00
Room
Room 26 - Imperial Hotel 3F Ohgi
Topic
Strabismus
Chair/Coordinator
Chair)Miho Sato、Chair)Seyhan Ozkan
Description
'How strabismic patients are seeing the world while both eyes open?' It is a simple and common question we are asked by patients and their families. Understanding sensory status of both congenital and acquired strabismic patients is important for their treatment. Infantile esotropia patients corrected their eye position very young may have a chance to obtain good stereopsis. Nevertheless, patients with accommodative esotropia or intermittent exotropia patients who are expected to have good stereopsis sometimes do not have fine stereopsis. Congenital and idiopathic superior oblique palsy patients are expected to have good binocularity because they maintain fusion with the abnormal head posture. But torsion imbalance may disturb fine stereopsis, and it is significant in bilateral superior oblique palsy patients. By attending this symposium, audience may understand current concepts of binocularity and modern technology to assess binocular functions.

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Strabismus

Binocular Function in Infantile Esotropia

Michela Fresina

Binocular Function in Infantile Esotropia

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Strabismus

Binocular Function in Exodeviations

Jeong-Min Hwang

Binocular Function in Exodeviations

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Strabismus

Acquired Loss of Fusion

Seyhan Ozkan

Acquired Loss of Fusion

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Strabismus

Binocular Problems in Strabismic Patients after Refractive Surgery

Rosario Gomez de Liano

Binocular Problems in Strabismic Patients after Refractive Surgery

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Strabismus

Binocularity on Superior Oblique Palsy

Miho Sato

Binocularity on Superior Oblique Palsy

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Strabismus

3D Attraction and Strabismus

Takashi Fujikado

3D Attraction and Strabismus

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