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by Daniel Morse Taylor

eBook Congenital esotropia: management and prognosis, epub
  • ISBN: 0883720159
  • Author: Daniel Morse Taylor
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  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Intercontinental Medical Book Corp (1973)
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Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus Congenital Esotropia, Management and Prognosis. By Daniel M. Taylor, . New York, Intercontinental Medical Book Corporation 1973, 147 pages. In this important monograph the author shows convincingly that congenital esotropia, defined as esotropia present before six months of life, can be cured functionally if the deviation can be eliminated during the first two years of life.

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The prognosis for congenital esotropia remains guarded. Monofixation syndrome currently is the best widely reported result following surgery. The reoperation rate in congenital esotropia (including reoperations for horizontal misalignment, dissociated vertical deulation, and inferior oblique overaction) also is high, approaching 50%. The role of very early surgical intervention needs to be examined further and could result in dramatic improvement in the long-term outcomes associated with congenital esotropia. Do you want to read the rest of this article? Request full-text.

Congenital esotropia, or infantile esotropia, is a specific sub-type of primary . However, in general, management will take the following course

Congenital esotropia, or infantile esotropia, is a specific sub-type of primary concomitant esotropia. The prognosis for each patient with esotropia will depend upon the origin and classification of their condition. However, in general, management will take the following course: Identify and treat any underlying systemic condition. Prescribe any glasses required and allow the patient time to 'settle into' them.

Congenital esotropia has been used synonymously but the condition is rarely present at birth. Taylor DM. How early is early surgery in the management of strabismus? Arch Ophthalmol 1963;70:752-6. It is also accompanied by dissociated vertical deviation(DVD) 50%-90%, inferior oblique muscle overaction 70%, latent nystagmus 40%, and optokinetic asymmetry. Transient misalignment of the eyes is common up to the age of 3 months and it shouldn't be confused with infantile esotropia where the angle of deviation is constant and large( 30 PD). Etiology. The etiology of infantile esotropia remains unknown. Many theories have been postulated regarding the pathogenesis of the disease.

’ RUDOLPH S. WAGNER, . 3 AND ROBISON D. HARLEY, . Pediatric Ophthalmolo~ Services of’ Wills Eye Hospital, Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, 21Jniversity of Medicine and Dentistry of New Jersey, Newark, New Jersey, and 3Albany Medical College, Albany, New York Abstract

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