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Providing foundational knowledge and expert guidance on the complete spectrum of childhood eye disorders and strabismus, Taylor and Hoyt""s Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus, 6th Edition, remains the #1 reference of choice for practicing and trainee pediatric ophthalmologists. Edited by global leaders in the field, Drs. Christopher J. Lyons and Scott R. Lambert, this newly revised volume offers authoritative coverage of all the pediatric ophthalmic conditions you""re likely to encounter in practice, including the latest clinical advances in etiology, diagnosis, and medical and surgical management. Comprehensive updates, as well as new chapters, images, and video clips, make this well-regarded title the most current and complete reference available in this evolving field.

Key Features:
- Offers state-of-the-art coverage of key areas such as OCT and current imaging techniques for the eye, orbit and visual pathways anti-VEGF treatment for retinopathy of prematurity pediatric cataracts childhood glaucoma and minimally invasive strabismus surgery.
- Contains five new chapters covering Imaging the Child""s Eye, Aniridia Syndromes, Mitochondrial Disorders, Neurofibromatosis Type 1 and 2, and Myasthenia Gravis.
- Includes a unique "practical problems" section designed to help you handle difficult patient situations and a "how to" perform strabismus surgery chapter with extensive step-by-step illustrations for complete visual guidance.
- Features more than 1,800 high-quality images and illustrations, including 600 new to this edition, that provide visual guidance in diagnosis and management.
- Provides access to more than 50 narrated instructional video clips (nine are new!) depicting multiple diagnostic and surgical techniques, including the insertion of prosthetic eyes, lensectomy, pediatric cataract extraction, complications during strabismus surgery, goniotomy, the removal of conjunctival tumors, and more.
- Enhanced eBook version included with purchase. Your enhanced eBook allows you to access all of the text, figures, and references from the book on a variety of devices.

Section I: Epidemiology, growth, and development
1. Epidemiology and world-wide impact of visual impairment in children
2. Clinical embryology and development of the eye
3. Normal and abnormal visual development
4. Milestones and normative data
Section II: Core practice
5. Examination, history, and special tests in pediatric ophthalmology
6. Managing refractive errors in children
7. Pediatric visual electrophysiology - objective measurement of visual function
8. Imaging the child""s eye
9. Orbit and visual pathway imaging
10. Genetics and pediatric ophthalmology
Section III: Infections, allergic and external eye disorders
11. Ocular manifestations of intrauterine infections
12. Conjunctivitis of the newborn
13. Preseptal and orbital cellulitis
14. Endophthalmitis
15. External eye disease and the oculocutaneous disorders
Section IV: Systematic pediatric ophthalmology
Part One: Disorders of the eye as a whole
16. Disorders of the eye as a whole
Part Two: Lids, brows, and oculoplastics
17. Lids: Congenital and acquired abnormalities - practical management
18. The lacrimal system
Part Three: Orbit
19. The management of orbital disease in children
20. Vascular diseases of the orbit
21. Neurogenic tumors of the orbit
22. Orbital rhabdomyosarcoma
23. Other mesenchymal abnormalities
24. Metastatic, secondary, and lacrimal gland tumors
25. Histiocytic, hematopoietic, and lymphoproliferative disorders
26. Craniofacial abnormalities
27. Cystic lesions and ectopias
28. Inflammatory disorders
Part Four: External disease and anterior segment
29. Conjunctiva and subconjunctival tissue
30. Conjunctival tumors
31. Anterior segment developmental anomalies
32. Corneal abnormalities in childhood
33. Corneal surgery
34. The lens
35. Childhood cataracts
36. Childhood glaucoma
Part Five: The uvea
37. Pediatric iris disorders
38. Aniridia syndrome
39. Uveitis
40. Albinism
Part Six: Retinal and vitreous disorders
41. Vitreous
42. Retinoblastoma
43. Retinopathy of prematurity: pathophysiology and screening
44. Current treatment of retinopathy of prematurity
45. Inherited retinal disorders
46. Retinal dystrophies with systemic associations and the retinal ciliopathies
47. Inherited macular dystrophies
48. Congenital pigmentary and vascular abnormalities of the retina
49. Retinal flecks, dots, and crystals
50. Acquired and other retinal disorders (including juvenile X-linked retinoschisis)
51. Retinal detachment in childhood
Part Seven: Neural visual systems
52. The pupil
53. Congenital anomalies of the optic discs
54. Hereditary optic neuropathies
55. Other acquired optic disc abnormalities in children
56. Demyelinating, inflammatory, and infectious optic neuropathies
57. The optic chiasm
58. Headache in children
59. Raised intracranial pressure
60. The brain and cerebral visual impairment
Section V: Selected topics in pediatric ophthalmology
61. Delivering bad news
62. Common issues arising in children with visual impairment
63. Visual conversion disorders and fabricated or exaggerated symptoms in children
64. Dyslexia
65. Neurometabolic disease and the eye
66. Leukemia
67. Mitochondrial disorders
69. Neurofibromatosis type 1 and neurofibromatosis type 2
70. Accidental trauma in children
71. Child maltreatment, abusive head trauma and the eye
72. Refractive surgery in children
Section VI: Amblyopia, strabismus, and eye movements
Part One: The fundamentals of strabismus and amblyopia
73. Binocular vision
74. Amblyopia: the basics, the questions, and the practical management
75. Anatomy of strabismus
76. The orthoptic assessment
Part Two: Esotropias
77. Infantile esotropias
78. Accommodative esotropias
79. Special esotropias (acute comitant, myopia-associated, and microtropia)
Part Three: Exotropias
80. Intermittent exotropia
81. Special forms of comitant exotropia
Part Four: Vertical, "pattern" strabismus, and abnormal head posture
82. Vertical strabismus
83. "A," "V," and other pattern strabismus
Part Five: "Neurological" strabismus
84. Congenital cranial dysinnervation disorders
85. Ocular motor nerve palsies
86. Myasthenia gravis in children
Part Six: Strabismus treatment
87. Strabismus: non-surgical treatment
88. Strabismus surgery
89. Complications in strabismus surgery
Part Seven: Nystagmus and eye movements
90. Nystagmus in childhood
91. Supranuclear eye movement disorders, acquired and neurologic nystagmus
Section VII: Common practical problems in a pediatric ophthalmology and strabismus practice
92. "I think my baby can""t see!"
93. "My baby""s got a red eye, Doctor!"
94. "My child keeps blinking and closing his eye"
95. "My child seems to hate the bright light"
96. "My child""s eyes keep watering"
97. Proptosis at different ages
98. "My child""s teacher says she can""t see properly"
99. The child with a dual sensory loss (deafblind)
100. "My little girl tells me she sees strange things"
101. Wobbly eyes in infancy
102. Abnormal head postures in children
103. Hand defects and the eye
104. Optimizing compliance in patching therapy
105. Vision screening

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