The June edition of Brain Injury is supposed to have an article titled "Modifying postural adaptation following a CVA through prismatic shift of visuo-spatial egocenter." by Dr. Padula. I am looking for this article if anyone has it.
"What information do you feel a line bisection test provides? This test is done by presenting the patient a variety of lines of various lengths and orientations on a piece of paper. They must then draw a hash mark where they feel the center of each…"
I would very much want to see what kind of VA you get after the surgery with the implant before taking on this kind of case. I wold also advise the parents of a less than optimistic ptrognosis. If some sort of reasom]nable improvement is…"
"As far as the treatment goes....you explain to the parents what you want to do and why and let them choose...most often they will choose patching less in favor of vision therapy.....Also you might want to consider atropine...any child this age will…"
Here are some thoughts. This case requires agressive treatment. I concur with the course of action as stated above. While I can not say I have had a case exactly like the one you present, I have had many other amblyopes with complicating…"
I just diagnosed a dense cataract OD on a 3yr 8month old boy. He/family had no prior exam or knowledge of the cataract. He had no meausrable VA or ability to "count fingers". His fixation and tracking with OD alone was extremely low. He had a variable exotropic posture. He has high myopia OD -11.50 while OD was +3.00 which did not improve acuity. Retinal health appeared ok for what could be viewed. He was seen by a pediatric OMD who advised surgery with implant followed by 10 hours of patching…See More