Despite the availability of numerous surgical atlases devoted to the
treatment of strabismus, most general ophthalmologists remain content to dabble
in the treatment of uncomplicated horizontal strabismus. Exposure to strabismus
surgery is necessarily limited in ophthalmology residency training, and many
graduating residents enter into practice without a comprehensive set of guidelines
for treating patients who have complex forms of strabismus and associated
sensory adaptations. The second edition of Management of
Strabismus and Amblyopia: A Practical Guide attempts to bridge this
gap by providing a concise, straightforward approach to the diagnosis and
management of the clinical disorders of binocular vision.
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