Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and Management of Strabismus

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9780323011297: Binocular Vision and Ocular Motility: Theory and Management of Strabismus

"This book continues to be the most complete discourse and reference on strabismus and ocular motility. Another strength of this book is its ongoing dedication to being accurate and current." --"American Orthoptic Journal "

"This 6th edition, comprehensive and up-to-date and chock-full of theoretical constructs and clinical pearls, is a scholarly treatise, and a true tour de force. This is a book to be studied and enjoyed, read, and re-read." --"American Journal of Ophthalmology"

"This is the gold standard for strabismus textbooks, and is required reading for all serious students of strabismus. I hope that there will be many new editions in the future." --"Archives of Ophthalmology"

The sixth edition of this classic textbook contains a considerable amount of new material. This constitutes an excellent textbook that serves both clinical and theoretical aspects...a useful text for discussion, analytical skills and source of reference for final stages of training as well as for established practitioners. The standard of content in this textbook is excellent. --"eyenews" APR/MAY 2005

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Simply the best and most comprehensive resource available in the field of strabismus.

Consistently revised and updated in 6 editions over 3 decades, this classic and popular text presents the latest on the theory and management of Strabismus. With nearly 700 images to help to identify various conditions and to perform the appropriate procedures, it provides all the current information you need to diagnose and treat the full spectrum of disorders.  

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