Keep It Single and Simple – Binocular Vision Testing and Treatment Made Easy

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Series
: Eye and Vision Research Developments
BISAC: MED064000
DOI: https://doi.org/10.52305/CCWG2441

This book is primarily based on case-based learning with interactive Graphics interchange format (GIF) images. This is what makes the book truly unique as the GIF images bring in a lot of interactive learning and helps the readers to visualize the case presentation.

  • This book complements the theoretical framework of binocular vision provided by other books.
  • Through a case based brainstorming approach, the book strengthens the theoretical foundation, and completes the learning cycle through insightful case-based learning.
  • Written by experienced clinicians in this field
  • Uses an evidence-based approach to the diagnosis and management of binocular vision disorders.
  • Common cases pertinent to dysfunctions of accommodation and vergence, amblyopia, acquired brain injury, binocular diplopia, and vision therapy are covered through illustrations that helps the reader to visualize the clinical presentation.
  • The go-to book for students and teachers of Optometry and Ophthalmology to decipher the cases encountered in day-to-day clinical practice.
  • This book will create and trigger the passion to practice binocular vision and vision therapy! Keep it single and simple!
  • This is a Problem based learning – Multiple Choice Questions based book that will supplement the theoretical learning and enhances one’s confidence in clinical binocular vision practice

SPECIAL BONUS: Order now and everyone who purchases the hard copy version of the book will also receive an free e-book, allowing easy access to the interactive GIF images.

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Table of Contents

List of Figures

List of Graphic Interchange Format (GIF) Images

Preface

Acknowledgments

About the Book – Dr. Mitchell Scheiman

Foreword by Dr. Meenakshi Swaminathan

Foreword by Dr. Krishna Kumar

Overview of the Book

An Overview to the Cognitive Ability Level-Based Assessment

Chapter 1. The What and the Why?

Chapter 2. Accommodation Dysfunctions

Chapter 3. Vergence Dysfunctions

Chapter 4. The Intermittent Ones

Chapter 5. Amblyopia

Chapter 6. Amblyopia Continued

Chapter 7. Making It Single

Chapter 8. Vision Therapy – Get the Basics Right

Chapter 9. Vision Therapy – A Little More Than Basics

Chapter 10. Optometric Assessment in Patient’s after Acquired Brain Injury

Chapter 11. A Recap

About the Editors

About the Authors

About the Contributors (Who Contributed through Their Clinical Service)

Index

Additional information

Binding

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