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2004 Series -  July 27, 2004 Lecture 23 of 50  NEXT»

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This child is one year old and has been noted by her parents to have eyes crossed since shortly after birth. 

1.  The alignment in primary position and right and left gaze are typical for: 
 

a.  Ciancia syndrome
b.  nothing in particular
c.  Parinuad's syndrome
d.  none of the above

 

2.  Additional testing should include:   
 

a.  cycloplegic refraction
b.  doll's head rotation to test for abduction
c.  assessment of vision
d.  all of the above

 

3.  Alignment of the eyes in this case would be accomplished most likely by:   
  a.  surgery
b.  optical correction
c.  patching
d.  exercises at an appropriate age


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