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Plication augmentation of modified Hummelshiem Augmented Hummelshiem to treat complete Abducen nerve palsy
Results of tranposition for Abducen palsy without Tenotomy & Muscle splitting Augmented SR transposition with MR recession in Patients with Abducen nerve palsy. 
SR transposition & MR recession for Duanes and 6th Nerve palsy


     Anterior OCT in strabismus                       

    MRI Imaging- Pulleys in pattern strabismus

    EOM compartments in SO Palsy

   Rectus Pulley Displacement

     EOM- Imaging

      UBM in strabismus



Hyperopia in accommodative ET SOMER, Hyperopia and accommodative ET
LUDWIG PARKS, Why ETdeteriorates Asian vs Caucasian strabismus
BERK, Treatment outcomes Bilateral refractive amblyopia. AJO
BLACK, Hyperopia ISTERN/OLITSKY, Emmetropization in accomm ET
HUNTER , Dynamic retinoscopy JANG, LR resections for recurrent ET
LANDA, Accomm esotropia ppt LIAM , Accomm esotropia ppt
LAMBERT, Emmetropization SINCLAIR, Infant Hyperopia ppt
Spectacle use in Australian children LUEDER NORMAN, Surgery/Bifocals in accomm ET
To Emmetropize or Not to Emmetropize? The Epidemiology of Early Childhood Hyperopia




Anatomy of Inferior Oblique Different types of Inferior Oblique Surgery
Complications of Inferior Oblique Surgery Stager et al, Anterioral nasal transposition of Inferior Oblique muscles
Goldchmit et al, Unilateral Anterior transposition of the Inferior Oblique muscle for correction of hypertropia in primary position.

Dalman et al, Inferior Oblique muscle fixation to orbital wall: A profound weakening procedure.

Hussein et al, anterior and nasal transposition of the Inferior Oblique muscles in patients with missing Superior Oblique tendons. Squirrel et al, Re-exploration and Inferior oblique myectomy temporal to the Inferior Rectus to treat persistent Inferior Oblique overaction
Stager et al, Nasal Myectomy of the Inferior Oblique muscle for recurrent elevation in adduction DeAngelis et al, The double-bellied Inferior Oblique muscle, Clinical correlates
Mims et al, Anti elevation syndrome after anterior transposition of the Inferior Oblique muscles: Incidence and Prevention Stager, Anatomy and Surgery of the Inferior Oblique muscle: recent findings
Kushner, Torsion as a contributing cause of the Anti-elevation Syndrome  




Amblyopia & telescopic magnification Cyclovertical- GUYTON
Infant Aphakia Contact lens fitting Nystagmus workshop - HERTLE et al
Pearls & Oysters- localization What's new AAPOS 2008



Dragged Fovea Diplopia Syndrome Cyclovertical Strabismus
Inverted Brown's Syndrome Strabismus following posterior segment Surgery
Et associated with early Presbyopia  


Pediatric Refractive Surgery Journal Club

Laser-assisted Subepithelial Keratectomy for Anisometopic Amplyopia in Children Comparison of 2 Anaesthesia techniques for pediatric refractive surgery
Long term outcomes of photorefractive keratectomy & laser assisited subepithelial keratectomy in children Long-term Outcomes of Photorefractive Keratectomy for Anisometropic Amblyopia in Children



Convergence Insufficency

Journal Club MArch 2010

Bielshowsky Head Tilt The Influence of head tilt on ocular torsion in patients with Superior Oblique palsy
Observations about objective and Subjective ocular torsion Superior Oblique atrophy
Clinical course and prognosis of Troclear Nerve Schwannomas. Superior Oblique
Ocular torsions -rotations around the "Why axis" Ocular torsions -rotations around the "Why axis" -reply
MR imaging of familial superior oblique hypoplasia Absence of relationship between oblique muscle size and Bielshowsky head tilt phenomenon in clinically diagnosed Superior Oblique palsy.
Understanding Skew deviation a new clinical test to differentiate it from ytroclear nerve palsy. Silent Sinus Syndrome


Journal Club March 2011

Ametropia,Preschoolers and effects of spectacle correction Optic nerve tumor presenting as 4th CN palsy
Saggy Eye in non myopes Strabismus related prejudice in 5-6 year olds
Binocular function in poor readers Can ohthalmologists repair the brain in Infantile Esotropia
Improvement in motor development following surgery for Infantile Esotropia  

Journal Club June 2011

Bilateral Inferior Oblique Torticollis


Journal Club July 2011



Mental Illness in adults who had strabismus as children Unusual cause for V pattern XT
Iatrogenic tenotony  


Journal Club November 2011

Diplopia following sinus surgery Congenital Nystagmus treatment


Journal Club Aril 2012

Adjustable Suture Overview #1
Adjustable Suture Overview #2
Why ? Technique
Timing 7th Day Fixed Suture adjustment
Adjustable Suture Surgery Adjustable verses Non Adjustable Strabismus Surgery for Strabismus
Single-Stage Adjustable Strabismus Surgery
for Restrictive Strabismus
Drift of ocular alignment following strabismus
surgery. Part 2: using adjustable sutures
Delayed adjustable sutures: a multicentred
clinical review
Comparison of the Immediate With the
24-Hour Postoperative Prism and
Cover Measurements in Adjustable Muscle
Surgery: Is Immediate Postoperative
Adjustment Reliable?
The Immediate Postoperative Adjustment of
Sutures in Strabismus Surgery With
Comaintenance of Anesthesia Using
Propofol and Midazolam
Timing of Postoperative Adjustment in
Adjustable Suture Strabismus Surgery
Adjustment of Sutures 8 Hours vs 24 Hours
After Strabismus Surgery
Short Tag Noose Technique for Optional and Late
Suture Adjustment in Strabismus Surgery
An Evaluation of the Semiadjustable Suture
Strabismus Surgical Procedure
Utility of Adjustable Sutures in Primary
Strabismus Surgery and Reoperations
Improved Ocular Alignment with Adjustable
Sutures in Adults Undergoing Strabismus
Strabismus surgery:
sutures good
for all?

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