By Jan-Tjeerd H.N. de Faber
A compilation of chosen papers, posters and lectures offered on the twenty ninth assembly of the ecu Strabismological organization in Izmir, Turkey, June 2004, outlining the newest advancements within the fields of eye surgical procedure, imaginative and prescient screening, ophthalmology and similar disciplines. The spotlight of this assembly used to be the specific lecture given by means of Gunter von Noorden, "History of Strabismology", incorporated right here in complete. The assembly additionally lined a couple of very important difficulties linked to strabismology, together with ambyopia, botulinum toxin, Brown’s syndrome and congenital fibrosis syndrome. furthermore, new equipment and methods are defined, giving a whole evaluate of the new subject matters in strabismology for strabismologists, pediatric opthalmologists and orthoptists.
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Patients were instructed to occlude the sound eye with adhesive skin patches during waking hours. At follow up visits VA of both eyes was recorded. For patients who responded well to the treatment the amount of patching could be reduced. Compliance was determined by questioning the parents. At long term follow up visits maintenance therapy with part time patching was offered if necessary. The VA of the amblyopic eye at the last visit was recorded as the long term follow up VA. 3 RESULTS 30 patients were treated with combined optical and atropine penalization and 20 patients were treated with full time patching.
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5 years of age was 65%, however, the success ratio decreased to 3% in cases whose strabismus was not treated till 8–9 years of age; and Flynn and Cassady (13) reported that the required period increased and success ratios reduced in patients that were treated after 5 years of age. Ates et al. (14) similarly concluded that treatment in later periods reduced the success. Cleary (15), however, unlike the previous studies, reported that visual gain did not differ in different age groups. Oliver (16), Hiscox (17), and Levartovsky (18) concluded that the most important factor that influenced success was the compliance of the patient, not the age.