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Volume 42, 1992

Editorial, Wheeler, v
Editorial, Jenkins, v
Editorial, France, vi
Phillip Knapp: In Memoriam Sally Moore, C.O., viii

Oblique Muscle Overaction and Anisotropia in Infantile Esotropia with Abduction Nystagmus
Alberto O. Ciancia, M.D., Nora C Oliveri, M.D., and Susana Zabalo, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Exo-Biased Globe Force in Patients with Constant Exotropia
Arthur Jampolsky, M.D., Carter C. Collins, Ph.D., and Paul S. Howe, D.D.S., Click here to view abstract

The Surgical Treatment of Unilateral Superior Oblique Palsy
Carlos Souza-Dias, M.D., Click here to view abstract

The Adjustable Faden Operation: A New Suggestion
Vincenzo Sarnicola, M.D., Click here to view abstract

A/C Ratio Reduction Using 4% Pilocarpine Gel
Julio Prieto-Diaz, M.D., Click here to view abstract

 

Symposium: Exotropia

Introduction
David R. Stager, M.D.

Exotropia: The Motor Examination
Jacqueline W. Frank, C.O., Click here to view abstract

Sensory Testing in Exodeviations
Carol F. Dickey, C.O., Click here to view abstract

Subjective and Objective Criteria for Recommending Surgery in Intermittent Exotropia
Arthur S. Rosenbaum, M.D., and Rena A. Stathacopoulos, M.D., Click here to view abstract
The Role of Orthoptic Therapy in Exodeviations: A Basis for Orthoptic Referral
Leslie W. France, C.O., Click here to view abstract

Surgical Pearls for the Management of Exotropia
Burton J. Kushner, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Intermittent Exotropia: What Constitutes a Cure?
John A. Pratt-Johnson, F.R.C.S.(C), Click here to view abstract
Exotropia in Neurological Diseases
Gill Roper-Hall, D.B.O.T., C.O., C.O.M.T., Click here to view abstract

Demographics: Geographic Variations in the Prevalence and Management of Exotropia
Rachael H. Jenkins, D.B.O., C.O., Click here to view abstract

Undercorrections Following Surgery for Exotropia
Craig A. McKeown, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Consecutive Esotropia
Frederick J. Elsas, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Future Research Directions in Intermittent Exotropia
John D. Baker, M.D.
Conclusion
David R. Stager, M.D.

 

Richard G. Scobee Memorial Lecture:
Aniseikonia, the Bane of Binocularity: With Views on the Management of Monocular Congenital Cataract
I. Matthew Rabinowicz, M.D., F.R.C.S., Click here to view abstract

Treatment of Cyclodiplopia with the Harada-Ito Operation
Anthony J. Locastro, M.D., Sang-Jin Kim, M.D., and Albert W. Biglan, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Orthoptic Considerations in Adult Cataract Surgery
Annette N. Grant, D.A.O., C.O., C.O.M.T., and B. David Gorman, M.D.

Monofixation Extropia
K. Galloway-Smith, O.C.(C)., C.O.M.T., T. Kaban, O.C.(C)., W. Cadera, M.D., and R. B. Orton, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Guidelines for Increasing Compliance in Occlusion Therapy for Amblyopia
Esther Goldstein, Ph.D., and Zvi Tessler, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Comparison of Titmus® and Two Randot™ Tests in Monofixation
Maria A. Schweers, C.O., and John D. Baker, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Comparison of Fixation Preference and Forced Preferential Looking in Preverbal Children
W. Andrew Wells and Eugene M. Helveston, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Assessing Visual Acuity of Visually Impaired Children Using the Teller Acuity Card Procedure
Laura Treub, M.A., Janice Evans, Annette Hammel, Patricia Bartholomew, and Velma Dobson, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Screening Preschool Handicapped Children
Mary Wackerhagen, C.O., and James D. Reynolds, M.D., Click here to view abstract

Elusive Neuro-Ophthalmic Reading Impairment
Katherine J. Fritz, C.O., and Michael C. Brodsky, M.D., Click here to view abstract


Review Article: The Pupillary Examination
J. Dawn Pickering, O.C.(C.), C.O.M.T., Click here to view abstract


Case Report: Ocular Control of the Environment Following High Cervical Cord Fractures and Bilateral Sixth Nerve Palsy: A Case Report
Evelyn A. Tomlinson, M.A., C.O., Click here to view abstract

Diplopia and Transdermal Scopolamine
Robert W. Arnold, M.D., Forrest D. Ellis, M.D., and Eugene M. Helveston, M.D., Click here to view abstract


Book Reviews:
The Neurology of Eye Movements
Ophthalmic Terminology
Clinical Anatomy of the Eye
Automated Static Perimetry
Neuro-Ophthalmology


Abstracts of the Ophthalmic Literature
Members of the 1992 American Orthoptic Council
1992 American Orthoptic Council Committees
American Association of Certified Orthoptists

 

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