PALABRAS DEL PORTUGUÉS RELACIONADAS CON «EXOTROPIA»
10 LIBROS DEL PORTUGUÉS RELACIONADOS CON «EXOTROPIA»
Descubre el uso de exotropia
en la siguiente selección bibliográfica. Libros relacionados con exotropia
y pequeños extractos de los mismos para contextualizar su uso en la literatura.
Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus
A small intermittent exotropia is normal in most newborns, as 70% of normal
newborns have a transient exodeviation that resolves by 2 to 4 months of age.1
Another type of exodeviation that is considered normal is a small exo- phoria,
Kenneth Weston Wright, Peter H. Spiegel, 2003
Key feature An intermittent exotropia that measures greater at distance than at
near fixation. Associated features History of squinting one eye in bright sunlight.
Amblyopia, if present, is usually mild unless exotropia is constant. Common
Myron Yanoff, Jay S. Duker, James J. Augsburger, 2009
Pediatric Ophthalmology: Current Thought and A Practical Guide
exotropia, because it results from a sensory disruption. Sensory exotropia is seen
with congenital monocular media opacity and other causes of congenital
monocular vision loss. It also occurs later in life after vision loss from trauma, ...
Edward M. Wilson, Richard Saunders, Trivedi Rupal, 2008
Pediatric Ophthalmology, Neuro-Ophthalmology, Genetics: ...
1.2.2 Exodeviations Exotropia is a disorder of ocular alignment characterized by
an outward deviation of the eye or eyes (Fig. 1.2). Exotropia is less common than
esotropia among Western populations ; however, it is the predominant form of
Birgit Lorenz, Michael C. Brodsky, 2010
Harley's Pediatric Ophthalmology
Intermittent exotropia is commonly a precursor to constant exotropia of both basic
and divergence excess types. Therefore, it has been questioned as to whether
entirely different factors are actually responsible for the various subtypes of ...
Robison D. Harley, Leonard B. Nelson, Scott E. Olitsky, 2005
Management of Strabismus and Amblyopia: A Practical Guide
These patients are rarely seen with a frank exotropia. In contrast, if the deviation
exceeds 20 prism diopters, it is likely that the patient will be unable to control the
deviation all the time and so the eye is frequently divergent. Because this starts ...
John A. Pratt-Johnson, Geraldine Tillson, 2001
Visual Development, Diagnosis, and Treatment of the ...
INTERMITTENT EXOTROPIA: TREATMENT OPTIONS • Refractive error
correction: patients with ex- otropia are sensitive to small degrees of refractive
error, especially astigmatism • Prism: excellent option to decrease frequency and
: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: ...
Exotropia: New Insights for the Healthcare Professional: 2011 Edition is a ScholarlyPaper™ that delivers timely, authoritative, and intensively focused information about Exotropia in a compact format.
Clinical Strabismus Management: Principles and Surgical ...
Sensory exotropia is the term used for a unilateral divergent misalignment that is
a sequel to loss of vision or longstanding poor vision in an eye.107 u: l43 The
exotropia can develop within days to weeks of the onset of an acquired visual ...
Arthur L. Rosenbaum, Alvina Pauline Santiago, 1999
Ophthalmology Review: A Case Study Approach: A Case Study ...
Basic exotropia occurs when the deviation is the same at distance and near.
Divergence excess exotropia occurs when there is a larger deviation at distance
than at near of at least 10 to 15 prism diopters. Convergence insufficiency
Kuldev Singh, William E. Smiddy, 2011
10 NOTICIAS EN LAS QUE SE INCLUYE EL TÉRMINO «EXOTROPIA»
Conoce de qué se habla en los medios de comunicación nacionales e internacionales y cómo se emplea el término exotropia
en el contexto de las siguientes noticias.
Part-time patching shows no benefit in treating intermittent exotropia
The randomized, multicenter clinical trial included 201 children with intermittent exotropia who had no previous treatment other than refractive correction. «Healio, Ago 15»
ARVO 2015: Hot topics and clinical trends
Austen Christensen from the University of Nevada presented research showing that schizophrenia may be linked to exotropia, a type of lazy eye affecting the ... «Optometry Today, May 15»
Young Pacifican teaches from personal diagnosis
Michael was then referred to an eye specialist where a diagnosis was made. Michael has intermittent exotropia convergence insufficiency (IECI). The American ... «San Jose Mercury News, Mar 15»
Strabismus Surgery May Improve Vision in Both Eyes
The study included several strabismus subtypes, including infantile esotropia with onset before age 1 year, consecutive exotropia after surgery for infantile ... «Medscape, Ene 15»
Royal delight at Ascot for Lady Louise
Last Christmas, Louise, who is 10th-in-line to the throne, had corrective eye surgery after being diagnosed with exotropia, a serious condition which turns one ... «Express.co.uk, Dic 14»
Exotropia: Patching, Observation Both Effective
Both part-time patching and observation are appropriate choices for the treatment of intermittent exotropia (IXT) in children aged 3 to 10 years, researchers ... «Medscape, Dic 14»
Hospital universitário no PA realiza cirurgia de estrabismo pelo SUS
O estrabismo é classificado em esotropia, quando um ou os dois olhos se convergem para dentro, na direção do nariz; exotropia, identificado como o desvio ... «Globo.com, Sep 14»
A Teenager With Right-Eye Swelling
A right hypotropia and a right exotropia were present. The patient had 9 mm of proptosis of the right eye measured by Hertel exophthalmometer (Figure 1). «Medscape, Ago 14»
An Infant With Poor Visual Response
He was found to have full motility as observed with spontaneous movements, and an exotropia of 30 prism diopters was observed by the Hirschberg test at near. «Medscape, Jul 14»
Wytyczne dotyczące postępowania w zezie u dzieci – część 1
The Natural History of Surgically Untreated intermittent Exotropia – Looking into the Future. JAAPOS 2006;10(3):225- 231 13. Hall DMB, Elliman D. Health for all ... «Medycyna Praktyczna, May 14»