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Sep 4, 2020, 1:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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In strabismus surgeries controversies still exist as there may be one or two treatment strategies in management. There are always newer techniques or strategies that are challenging and promising and studies are in search of best evidence to come to a consensus. It is important to couple the existing scientific literature with clinical experiences and answer questions related to which surgical treatment is more effective than the other. During this webinar, the following topics will be covered; Myoscleropexy (Faden): Different Surgical Strategies Plication vs Resection: Which is More Effective? Dr. Andrea Molinari, Hospital Metropolitano, Quito, Ecuador Incomitant Strabismus: Adjustable or Nonadjustable Surgeries Sixth Nerve Palsy: Full Tendon Transposition or Modified Nishidas Technique Professor Pradeep Sharma, R.P. Centre, AIIMS, India Intermittent Exotropia: Unilateral Recess/Resect Surgery or Bilateral Lateral Rectus Recession A and V patterns: Vertical Transpositions or Oblique Muscle Surgery Dr. Suma Ganesh, Dr. Shroffs Charity Eye Hospital, India

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Controversies in Strabismus Surgeries

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In strabismus surgeries controversies still exist as there may be one or two treatment strategies in management. There are always newer techniques or strategies that are challenging and promising and studies are in search of best evidence to come to a consensus. It is important to couple the existing scientific literature with clinical experiences and answer questions related to which surgical treatment is more effective than the other. During this webinar, the following topics will be covered; Myoscleropexy (Faden): Different Surgical Strategies Plication vs Resection: Which is More Effective? Dr. Andrea Molinari, Hospital Metropolitano, Quito, Ecuador Incomitant Strabismus: Adjustable or Nonadjustable Surgeries Sixth Nerve Palsy: Full Tendon Transposition or Modified Nishidas Technique Professor Pradeep Sharma, R.P. Centre, AIIMS, India Intermittent Exotropia: Unilateral Recess/Resect Surgery or Bilateral Lateral Rectus Recession A and V patterns: Vertical Transpositions or Oblique Muscle Surgery Dr. Suma Ganesh, Dr. Shroffs Charity Eye Hospital, India

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Sep 4, 2020, 1:00 PM in Universal Time UTC

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