CLINICAL MANAGEMENT OF STRABISMUS By Elizabeth R. Caloroso, O.D., M.Opt., & Michael W. Rouse, O.D., M.Ed. One of the most challenging aspects of vision care is the establishment of clear single binocular vision in patients with strabismus and its associated conditions. This book provides a comprehensive reference for the complete care of these patients and an overview model of visual processing, presenting a practical guide for evaluation of these patients, which leads to accurate diagnosis and development of reasonable prognosis. Presents an overview of general management strategy and treatment options, including lens, prism, occlusion, pharmacological, surgical, and active vision therapies. Laid out in a sequential problem-solving style that walks the reader through each step in the management process, treatment flow charts and case studies highlight this process. The final chapter presents a core group of techniques described in a "how-to" fashion. Softbound, 395 pages.