A compilation of selected papers, posters and lectures presented at the 29th meeting of the European Strabismological Association in Izmir, Turkey, June 2004, outlining the latest developments in the fields of eye surgery, vision screening, ophthalmology and related disciplines. The highlight of this meeting was the special lecture given by Gunter von Noorden, History of Strabismology , included here in full.
The meeting also covered a number of important problems associated with strabismology, including ambyopia, botulinum toxin, Brown's syndrome and congenital fibrosis syndrome. In addition, new methods and techniques are outlined, giving a complete overview of the hot topics in strabismology for strabismologists, pediatric opthalmologists and orthoptists.
Jan-Tjeerd De Faber
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14 July 2005
Further / Higher Education
ESA lectures Foreword by the President Special Lectures: history of strabismology Macular translocation Surgery Session 1&2: Amblyopia Session 3: Sensorial aspects Session 4: Botulinum toxin Session 5: Various aspects Session 6: Adjustable surgery Session 7: Physiology and refractive surgery Session 8: Various surgical methods Session 9: Brown's syndrome and congenital fibrosis syndrome Session 10: Superior oblique paresis Session 11: Surgery in exotropia and special surgical methods Posters
Dr de Faber has been working since 1991as a strabologist and pediatric ophthalmologist since at the Rotterdam Eye Hospital. He has served as Executive Board member for ESA and ISA and is editor for both organizations.