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Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus

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PART I: Introduction to Pediatric Ophthalmology ; 1. History of Pediatric Ophthalmology ; David B. Granet ; 2. Childhood Blindness and Low Vision ; Michael M. Jones, Susan L. Silveira and Frank J. Martin, and ; PART II: Normal Development ; 3. Embryology ; Cynthia S. Cook, Jeremy M. Sivak, Kathleen K. Sulik, and Kenneth W. Wright ; 4. Postnatal Development ; H. Sprague Eustis and M. Edward Guthrie ; PART III: Practical Aspects of Pediatric Ophthalmology ; 5. Pediatric Eye Examination ; Ann U. Stout and Jana Kuo; G. Darius Hildebrand (section) ; 6. Management of Refractive Errors ; David K. Coats ; 7. The Pediatric Low-Vision Patient ; Samuel N. Markowitz ; 8. Breaking the News: The Role of the Physician ; Nancy Mansfield ; 9. Dyslexia and Learning Disabilities ; Gregg T. Lueder ; 10. Autism, Attention-Deficit/Hyperactivity Disorder, and Ocular Disease ; David R. Simmons and Erin F. Toal ; 11. Pediatric Ocular Trauma ; Yi Ning J. Strube and Kenneth W. Wright ; 12. Pediatric Visual Electrophysiology ; Carol Westall ; PART IV: Strabismus and Amblyopia ; 13. Anatomy and Physiology of Eye Movements ; Kenneth W. Wright ; 14. Binocular Fusion and Introduction to Strabismus ; Kenneth W. Wright ; 15. Visual Development and Amblyopia ; Kenneth W. Wright ; 16. Sensory Aspects of Strabismus ; Yi Ning J. Strube and Kenneth W. Wright ; 17. The Ocular Motor Examination ; Kenneth W. Wright and Dean J. Bonsall ; 18. Esotropia ; Kenneth W. Wright and M. Cem Mocan ; 19. Exotropia ; Kenneth W. Wright and M. Cem Mocan ; 20. Alphabet Patterns and Oblique Muscle Dysfunctions ; Kenneth W. Wright and Ossama M. Hakim ; 21. Complex Strabimsus: Restriction, Paresis, Dissociated Strabismus, and Torticollis ; Kenneth W. Wright ; 22. Strabismus Surgery ; Kenneth W. Wright and Pauline Hong ; 23. Strabismus Optical Pearls and Pitfalls ; David L. Guyton, Joseph M. Miller, and Constance E. West ; PART V: Neuro-Ophthalmology ; 24. Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology Examination ; Mays Antoine El-Dairi and Edward G. Buckley ; 25. Ocular Motility Disorders and Congenital Cranial Dysinnervation Disorders ; Anthony J. Vivian and Annegret Dahlmann ; 26. Congenital Optic Nerve Abnormalities ; Wadih M. Zein, Xinjing Wang and Brian P. Brooks ; 27. Cortical Visual Impairment ; Susan M. Carden and William V. Good ; 28. Brain Lesions with Ophthalmologic Manifestations ; Michael X. Repka ; 29. Nystagmus and Ocular Oscillations in Infancy and Childhood ; Stacy L. Pineles, Robert A. Avery and Grant T. Liu, ; 30. Neurodegenerative Conditions of Ophthalmic Importance ; Yi Ning J. Strube ; 31. Neurocranial Defects with Neuro-Ophthalmic Significance ; Richard L. Levy ; 32. Management of Common Pediatric Neuro-Ophthalmology Problems ; Paul H. Phillips ; PART VI: Pediatric Oculoplastic Disorders ; 33. Lid Malformations, Malpositions, and Lesions ; Jennifer I. Hui and David T. Tse ; 34. Lacrimal System ; Jennifer I. Hui and David T. Tse ; 35. Proptosis and Orbital Disease ; Jennifer I. Hui and David T. Tse ; PART VII: Anterior Segment Disease ; 36. Pediatric Conjunctivitis ; Inez B.Y. Wong and Kenneth W. Wright ; 37. Pediatric Anterior Segment Tumors of the Eye and Conjunctiva ; Carol L. Shields and Jerry A. Shields ; 38. Anterior Segment Developmental Anomalies ; Ken K. Nischal ; 39. Corneal Abnormalities ; Ken K. Nischal ; 40. Pediatric Iris Anomalies ; Ken K. Nischal ; 41. Pediatric Cataracts and Other Lens Abnormalities ; Deborah K. Vanderveen ; PART VIII: Glaucoma and Uveitis ; 42. Pediatric Glaucoma ; Scott D. Lawrence, Anil K. Mandal, and Peter A. Netland ; 43. Pediatric Uveitis ; Javaneh Abbasian and Debra A. Goldstein ; PART IX: Pediatric Retinal Disease ; Section Editor: Thomas C. Lee ; 44. Heritable Disorders of the Retinal Pigment Epithelium, Bruch's Membrane, and the Choriocapillaris ; Jesse L. Berry and Amani Fawzi ; 45. Retinitis Pigmentosa and Associated Disorders ; J. Jill Hopkins ; 46. Disorders of the Vitreous and Vitreoretinal Interface ; Franco M. Recchia ; 47. Retinal Vascular Disorders ; Thomas C. Lee ; 48. Nonvascular Hamartomas ; Mary E. Turell and Arun D. Singh ; 49. Retinoblastoma and Other Malignant Intraocular Tumors ; A. Linn Murphree, Yi Ning J. Strube, and Thomas C. Lee ; 50. Retinopathy of Prematurity ; R.V. Paul Chan, Yoshihiro Yonekawa, Thomas C. Lee, and Kenneth W. Wright ; 51. Infectious, Inflammatory, and Toxic Diseases of the Retina and Vitreous ; Katherine Z. Brito and Marilyn B. Mets ; 52. Myopia ; Jennifer R. Chao ; 53. Patterns of Retinal Disease in Children ; David E. Baranano and G. Baker Hubbard III ; PART X: Ophthalmic Genetics and Systemic Disease with Eye Involvement ; 54. Chromosomal Abnormalities and the Eye ; Michelle Cabrera and Terri L. Young ; 55. Craniofacial Syndromes and Malformations ; Marilyn T. Miller, Hassan A. Shah, and Anna Newlin ; 56. Connective Tissue, Skin, and Bone Disorders ; Benjamin P. Nicholson and Elias I. Traboulsi ; 57. Neurocutaneous Syndromes ; Monte A. Del Monte ; 58. Metabolic Diseases ; Yi Ning J. Strube ; 59. Selected Genetic Syndromes with Ophthalmologic Features ; Natalie C. Kerr and Eniko Karman Pivnick ; 60. Infectious Diseases ; R. Christopher Walton, Robert W. Enzenauer, and Mary Ellen Hoehn ; PART XI: Compendium of Inherited Diseases with Ocular Involvement ; 61. Ocular Manifestations of Inherited Diseases ; Rebecca S. Leenheer

About the Author

Kenneth W. Wright, MD, is Director, Wright Foundation for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, and Clinical Professor of Ophthalmology, University of Southern California Keck School of Medicine. Yi Ning J. Strube, MD, MS, FRCSC, is Assistant Professor, Pediatric Ophthalmology and Adult Strabismus, Department of Ophthalmology, Queen's University.


The inclusion of the surgical techniques DVD is a nice bonus, especially for residents and fellows who are just beginning to explore and refine their surgical skills. Also pertinent and helpful are the additional chapters on patients with ADHD, autism, and learning deficits, as they offer unique challenges. These chapters include guidance for parents, an aspect of care that is often overlooked, but much needed. [Although] Written for clinicians, the book will be helpful for residents, fellows, and pediatric ophthalmologists. * Doody's Notes, Feb 2013 *

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