The Evolutionary Basis of Strabismus and Nystagmus in Children
|Auteur||Michael C. Brodsky|
|Date de parution||8 juillet 2021|
|Nombre de pages||251|
|Dimension||15 x 22|
Descriptif détaillé : The Evolutionary Basis of Strabismus and Nystagmus in Children - Landmark Essays
The goal of this book is to assemble these essays, to provide a definitive source for current clinicians to use along with follow up comments to help direct future scientific research in the field of pediatric ophthalmology.
What is the content of "The Evolutionary Basis of Strabismus and Nystagmus in Children" ?
This book includes 20 original essays written by MichaelC. Brodsky which mechanistically explain and unify such enigmatic conditions such as infantile esotropia, latent nystagmus, primary oblique muscle overreaction action, dissociated vertical divergence, infantile nystagmus, and intermittent exotropia in terms of ancestral evolutionary reflexes which become expressed in different ways to generate these disorders.
This collection of essays is poised to become a classic reference, providing the necessary neurological framework for contextualizing unique ocular motor disorder and understanding the evolutionary mechanisms responsible for their development in early childhood.
Written with focused interest for pediatric ophthalmologists and neuro-ophthalmologists, this reference will also find audience with ophthalmologists, neurologists, evolutionary biologists, and neuroscientists.
What is the author of "The Evolutionary Basis of Strabismus and Nystagmus in Children" ?
Michael C. Brodsky, MD Mayo Clinic, Rochester Prosfessor, Department of Ophthalmology Professor, Department of Neurology