Round table: Surgical solutions to strabismus in infants and adults

The Early vs. Late Infantile Strabismus Surgery Study established that children with infantile esotropia who underwent early intervention, between age 6 months and 2 years, had better stereoscopic vision than children who underwent surgery at a later age. The final report of the study was published in 2005, and debate continues almost 15 years later regarding the optimal timing of “early” surgery.
The OSN Pediatrics/Strabismus Board Members, led by Section Editor Robert S. Gold, MD, tackled this debate, as well as other questions of esotropia management in children and adults, (Read more...)

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