Manual of Strabismus Surgery

By

  • C. MacEwen, FRCS, FRCOphth, MD, Consultant Ophthalmologist, Ninewells Hospital and Medical School, Dundee, UK
  • Richard Gregson, BM, Bch, MA, DPhil(Oxon), FRCS(ED), FRCOphth, Consultant Ophthalmologist and Directorate of Ophthalmology, Queen's Medical Centre, Nottingham, UK

The first section covers the general assessment and investigation of the squinting patient, before considering whether surgery is the best form of treatment. The second section addresses common squint disorders, describing the conditions and highlighting the surgical options to be considered. The final section provides a step-by-step account of the surgical procedures, indicating when they should be used, and illustrating specific techniques.

This is an essential manual for trainees in clinical practice and those preparing for examinations who need to know how to competently manage this commonly encountered disorder. Optometrists will also find it of great value when managing these patients both pre- and post-operatively.
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Audience

Ophthalmology residents, optometrists

 

Book information

  • Published: May 2003
  • Imprint: BUTTERWORTH HEINEMANN
  • ISBN: 978-0-7506-5248-3


Table of Contents

Contents
Foreward
Preface
Acknowledgements
Part 1 General principles
1 Assessment of the patient with a squint
2 Non-surgical management of strabismus
3 Principles of the surgical management of strabismus
4 Surgical anatomy
Part 2 What to do
5 Concomitant eso-deviations
6 Concomitant exo-deviatopms
8 Vertical and pattern (A and V) deviations
8 Palsies of the ocular motor nerves
9 Restrictive disorders
10 Complex ocular motility problems
11 Nystagmus
Part 3 How to do it
12 Surgery on the rectus muscles
13 Oblique muscle surgery
14 Adjustable suture techniques
15 The use of botulinum toxin in the management of strabismus
16 Complications of strabismus surgery - how to avoid and manage them
Appendix - How much muscle surgery is required?
Index