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Binocular anomalies : diagnosis and vision therapy / John R. Griffin, J. David Grisham; pref. Kenneth J. Ciuffreda

Main Author Griffin, John R., 1934- Coauthor Grisham, J. David Secondary Author Ciuffreda, Kenneth J. Country Estados Unidos. Edition 4th ed Publication New York : Butterworth Heinemann, cop. 2002 Description XV, 607 p. : il. ; 29 cm + 1 disco óptico (CD-ROM) ISBN 0-7506-7369-9 CDU 617.7
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Monografia Biblioteca Geral da Universidade do Minho
BGUM 617.7 - G Available 309893

Mestrado em Optometria Avançada Terapia Visual 2º semestre

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Enhanced descriptions from Syndetics:

The comprehensive approach of this authoritative book focuses on vision therapy and addresses surgical and pharmacological treatment of binocular vision problems. Discussion of normal binocular vision lays the foundation for examining poor visual skills, strabismus, ambylopia, various associated conditions, and oculomotor disorders. Each chapter contains a detailed outline, which acts as an excellent review and provides access to basic information and key topics. Numerous summary tables and figures promote focused learning and provide quick access to information. The enhanced "how to" approach provides specific vision training techniques. Explores the management of medical and neurological binocular problems, making this book applicable for primary eye care practitioners as well as specialists in vision therapy. Extensive appendices provide practical, supplemental information. 100 questions with answers and detailed chapter outlines act as excellent review guides. A CD-ROM included with the book contains popular training techniques and forms that can be modified to accommodate specific needs for office use and additional training.

Table of contents provided by Syndetics

  • Part I Diagnosis
  • 1 Normal Binocular Vision
  • 2 Visual Skills Efficiency
  • 3 Heterophoria Case Analysis
  • 4 Strabismus Testing
  • 5 Sensory Adaptations to Strabismus
  • 6 Diagnosis and Prognosis
  • 7 Types of Strabismus
  • 8 Other Oculomotor Disorders
  • Part II Treatment
  • 9 Philosophy and Principles of Binocular Vision Therapy
  • 10 Therapy for Amblyopia
  • 11 Anomalous Correspondence Therapy
  • 12 Antisuppression Therapy
  • 13 Vision Therapy for Eso Deviations
  • 14 Vision Therapy for Exo Deviations
  • 15 Management of Noncomitant Deviations, Intractable Diplopia, and Nystagmus
  • 16 Therapy for Vision Efficiency
  • Part III Techniques
  • 17 Vision Training for Eso Deviations
  • 18 Vision Training for Exo Deviations
  • 19 Vision Training for Saccades, Pursuits, and Accommodation
  • 20 Sequencing of Techniques and Practice Management
  • A Appendixes: Special Commentary: Vision, Learning and Dyslexia (Joint Organizational Policy Statement of the American Academy of Optometry and the American Optometric Association)
  • B Developmental History
  • C Strabismus Examination Record
  • D Stereoacuity Calculations
  • E Conversion of Prism Diopters and Degrees
  • F Visual Acuity and Visual Efficiency
  • G Visual Skills Efficiency Evaluation (Testing Outline)
  • H Visual Skills Efficiency (Pass-Fail) Criteria
  • I Visual Symptoms Survey
  • J Suppliers and Equipment Self-Assessment Test
  • Glossary

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