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STRABISMUS
•   Visual axis ; line of vision ; extending from the point of fixation to the fovea•   Strabismus ; misalignment of the v...
Extraocular muscles•   Horizontal muscles;     –   Medial rectus-; Its sole action in the primary position is adduction. o...
• Listing plane is an imaginary coronal plane passing    through the centre of rotation of the globe. The globe    rotates...
• OCULAR MOVEMENTS• Ductions  – Ductions are monocular movements around the axes of Fick. They consist of    adduction,abd...
• VERGENCES• Vergences are binocular, simultaneous disjugate  or disjunctive movements .Convergence is  simultaneous adduc...
• Positions of gaze• Six Cardinal positions of gaze are those in which  one muscle in each eye has to move the eye  into t...
Laws of ocular motility• Agonist ; antagonist – muscles of the same eye moving    the eye in opposite direction; medial an...
Consequences of squintSuppression , amblyopia , confusion and diplopia , postural   changes according to strabismus1. Ambl...
Diagnosis• 1. visual acuity; difference of two lines in  best corrected visual acuity in the absence  of organic lesion• 2...
treatment• Sensitive period during which the  amblyopia can be cured is below 10 years  of age• 1. occlusion of the normal...
EXAMINATION
EXAMINATION History: A careful history is important in the diagnosis of     strabismus A.   Family History B.   Age at Ons...
EXAMINATION• Visual Acuity• Determination of Refractive Error• Inspection
EXAMINATION• Determination of Angle of Deviation (Angle of  Deviation)  a. Prism and Cover Tests     1. Cover tests     2....
EXAMINATION• Ductions (Monocular Rotations)• Versions (Conjugate Ocular Movements)• Disjunctive Movements  – Convergence  ...
EXAMINATION• Sensory Examination  – Stereopsis testing  – Suppression testing
Classification of Esotropia• 1. Accommodative  – a Refractive     Fully accommodative    Partially accommodative  – b Non-...
2.Non- accommodative– Essential infantile– Microtropia– Basic– Convergence– Convergence spasm– Divergecne insufficiency– D...
• Classification of ExotropiaConstant (early onset ) exotropiaIntermittent exotropiaSensory exotropiaConsecutive exotropia
Objective and Principles of Therapy           of Strabismus
Objective and Principles of Therapy ofStrabismus• Reversal of the deleterious sensory effects of strabismus (amblyopia, su...
Objective and Principles of Therapy ofStrabismus• Timing of treatment on children
Medical Treatment• Treatment of Amblyopia  – Occlusion therapy     • Initial stage     • Maintenance stage  – Atropine the...
Surgical Treatment• Surgical procedures  – Resection and recession  – Shifting of point of muscle attachment  – Faden proc...
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  1. 1. STRABISMUS
  2. 2. • Visual axis ; line of vision ; extending from the point of fixation to the fovea• Strabismus ; misalignment of the visual axes• orthophoria ; perfect alignment of the visual axes. Most individuals have heterophoria• Heterophoria ; (latent squint) tendency of the eyes to deviate. Ocular alignment maintained with effort.• Heterotropia; (manifest squint) which is present at all times• Esophoria; latent squint inwards turning of the eyes• Esotropia; manifest squint inwards turning of the eyes• Exophoria; latent squint outwards turning of the eyes• Exotropia; manifest squint outwards turning of the eyes• Hyperphoria/hypertropia; latent/manifest squint upwards turning of eyes• Hypophoria/hypertropia; latent/manifest squint downwards turning of eyes• Anatomical axis ; is a line passing from the posterior pole through the centre of the cornia .• Angle kappa is the angle subtended by the visual and anatomical axes .
  3. 3. Extraocular muscles• Horizontal muscles; – Medial rectus-; Its sole action in the primary position is adduction. occulomotor nerve supply – Lateral rectus- Its sole action in the primary position is abduction.; abducens nerve supply• Vertical muscles; – Superior rectus- Primary action elevation (secondary actions are adduction and intorsion. Oculomotor r nerve supply – Inferior rectus ; The primary action is depression ; secondary actions are adduction and extortion. oculomotor nerve supply• Oblique muscles; – Superior oblque; Originates superomedial to the optic foramen. It passes forwards through the trochlea at the angle between the srperior and medial walls and is then reflected backwards and laterally to insert in the posterior upper temporal quadrant of the globe.The primary action is intorsion ;secondary actions are depression and abduction. – oculomotor nerve supply – Inferior oblique; Orginates from a small depression just behind the orbital rim lateral to the lacrimal sac. It passes backwards and laterally. To insert in the posterior lower temporal quadrant of the globe, close to the macula. The prmary action is extorsion;;secondary action are elevation and abduction . oculomotor nerve supply
  4. 4. • Listing plane is an imaginary coronal plane passing through the centre of rotation of the globe. The globe rotates on the X,Y and Z axes of Fick., which intersect in Listing plane .• The globe rotates left and right on the vertical Z axis.• The globe moves up and down on the horizontal X axis.• Torsional movements (wheel rotations) occur on the Y (sagittal ) axis which traverses the globe form front to back (similar to the anatomical axis of the eye )• Intorsion occurs when the superior limbus rotates nasally and extorsion on temporal rotation .
  5. 5. • OCULAR MOVEMENTS• Ductions – Ductions are monocular movements around the axes of Fick. They consist of adduction,abduction elevation, depression, intosion and extorrsion . They are tested by occluding the fellow eye and asking the patient to follow a target in each direction of gaze. Versions – Versions are binocular, simultaneous, conjugate movements ( in the same directon ) . – Dextroversion and laevoversion elevation and depression .These four movements bring the globe into the secondary positions of gaze by rotation around either a vertical or a horizontal X axis of Fick. – Dextroelevation and dextrodepression and laevoelevation and laevodepression . These four oblique movements bring the eyes into the tertairy positions of gaze by rotation around oblique axes in listing plane, equivalent to simultaneous movement about both the horizontal and vertical axes. – Torsional movements which maintain upright images occur on tilting of the head.
  6. 6. • VERGENCES• Vergences are binocular, simultaneous disjugate or disjunctive movements .Convergence is simultaneous adduction; divergence is outwards movement from a convergent position. Convergence may be voluntary or reflex. Reflex convergence has four components: – Tonic – Proximal – Fusional – Accommodative
  7. 7. • Positions of gaze• Six Cardinal positions of gaze are those in which one muscle in each eye has to move the eye into that position as follows: – Dextroversion – Laevoversion – Dextroelevation – Laevoelevation – Dextrodepression – Laevodepression Nine Diagnostic position of gaze are those in which deviations are measured. They consists of the six cardinal postions ,the primary position, elevation and depression .
  8. 8. Laws of ocular motility• Agonist ; antagonist – muscles of the same eye moving the eye in opposite direction; medial and lateral rectus• Synergists= muscles of the same eye moving it in the same direction; superior rectus and inferior oblique causing elevation• Yoke muscles= muscles of both eyes moving the eyes in same direction; medial rectus of both eyes• Sherrington law; increase in innervation to one muscle causes decreased innervation to its antagonist; medial and lateral rectus• Hering law; equal innervation flows to yoke muscles in eye movement ; medial rectus of both eyes
  9. 9. Consequences of squintSuppression , amblyopia , confusion and diplopia , postural changes according to strabismus1. Amblyopia – Definition – unilateral or bilateral decrease of best corrected visual acuity caused by stimulus deprivation or abnormal interaction for which there is no pathology of the eye or the visual pathway – Types • Strabismic amblyopia; abnormal interaction • Stimulus deprivation amblyopia ; form vision deprivation • Anisometropic amblyopia; difference of refractive errors in both eye ; one eye is amblyopic • Ametropic amblyopia; form vision deprivation of both eyes • Meridional amblyopia; because of astigmatism
  10. 10. Diagnosis• 1. visual acuity; difference of two lines in best corrected visual acuity in the absence of organic lesion• 2. neutral density filter; normal eyes have visual acuity reduced by two lines but there is no change in amblyopia
  11. 11. treatment• Sensitive period during which the amblyopia can be cured is below 10 years of age• 1. occlusion of the normal eye to encourage the use of the abnormal eye is the most effective treatment• 2. penalization; of the normal eye ; blurring of the vision with atropine
  12. 12. EXAMINATION
  13. 13. EXAMINATION History: A careful history is important in the diagnosis of strabismus A. Family History B. Age at Onset C. Type of Onset D. Type of Deviation E. Fixation
  14. 14. EXAMINATION• Visual Acuity• Determination of Refractive Error• Inspection
  15. 15. EXAMINATION• Determination of Angle of Deviation (Angle of Deviation) a. Prism and Cover Tests 1. Cover tests 2. Uncover tests 3. Alternate cover tests 4. Prism plus cover testing b. Objective tests 1. Hirschberg method 2. Prism reflex method (Krimsky test)
  16. 16. EXAMINATION• Ductions (Monocular Rotations)• Versions (Conjugate Ocular Movements)• Disjunctive Movements – Convergence – Divergence
  17. 17. EXAMINATION• Sensory Examination – Stereopsis testing – Suppression testing
  18. 18. Classification of Esotropia• 1. Accommodative – a Refractive Fully accommodative Partially accommodative – b Non-refractive With convergence excess With accommodation weakness – c Mixed
  19. 19. 2.Non- accommodative– Essential infantile– Microtropia– Basic– Convergence– Convergence spasm– Divergecne insufficiency– Divergecne Paralysis– Sensory– Consecutive– Acute onset– Cyclic
  20. 20. • Classification of ExotropiaConstant (early onset ) exotropiaIntermittent exotropiaSensory exotropiaConsecutive exotropia
  21. 21. Objective and Principles of Therapy of Strabismus
  22. 22. Objective and Principles of Therapy ofStrabismus• Reversal of the deleterious sensory effects of strabismus (amblyopia, suppression and loss of stereoposis)• Best possible alignment of the eyes by medical or surgical treatment
  23. 23. Objective and Principles of Therapy ofStrabismus• Timing of treatment on children
  24. 24. Medical Treatment• Treatment of Amblyopia – Occlusion therapy • Initial stage • Maintenance stage – Atropine therapy• Optical Devices – Spectacles – Prisms• Botulinum Toxin• Orthoptics
  25. 25. Surgical Treatment• Surgical procedures – Resection and recession – Shifting of point of muscle attachment – Faden procedure• Choice of muscles for surgery• Adjustable sutures
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