BEM-VINDOS AO GEIS!

O Grupo de Estudos do Instituto Strabos (GEIS) foi criado para discussão de artigos científicos e consequente promoção da difusão do conhecimento.

As principais publicações dos autores de maior influência da estrabologia serão apresentadas na sua essência e comentadas pelos especialistas do Instituto Strabos de forma bem objetiva e clara em um espaço on-line no qual todos os participantes poderão expor suas opiniões e dúvidas.

Cada autor será estudado durante 6 meses.

O GEIS se reunirá toda última terça-feira de cada mês das 19:15 às 21:50h. Em cada reunião, haverá a apresentação e a discussão de aproximadamente 12 artigos. E no 6º mês, haverá um encontro com o autor para questionamentos e esclarecimentos de dúvidas. Os participantes terão acesso aos artigos discutidos, com antecedência, diretamente na plataforma de estudo (EAD Box).

1° AUTOR (BURTON KUSHNER)

O primeiro autor a ter seus trabalhos estudados e discutidos será o Dr. Burton Kushner da Universidade de Wisconsin nos Estados Unidos.

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Dr. Burton J. Kushner

CRONOGRAMA

DATA TEMA
26/01/2021 Ciências básicas
23/02/2021 Sensorialidade
30/03/2021 Exotropias
27/04/2021 Músculo oblíquo superior
25/05/2021 Torção
29/06/2021 Encontro com o autor

“TODAS AS DISCUSSÕES DESTE SEMESTRE, FICARÃO DISPONÍVEIS ATÉ 05/07/2021”.

O investimento por semestre para participar do GEIS é:

Membros da CAIS: R$180,00 (em até 6 vezes sem juros)

Oftalmologistas: R$360,00 (em até 6 vezes sem juros)

Fellow, residente e ortoptista: R$180,00 (entrar em contato pelo email: secretariainstitutostrabos@outlook.com solicitando cupom de desconto).


FAÇA SUA INSCRIÇÃO

A captação de recursos pelo Instituto Strabos será revertida para as ações sociais de atendimento clínico e cirúrgico de pacientes carentes.

Os artigos serão disponibilizados com antecedência para leitura na plataforma de estudos (EAD Box).

Contato por email : geisinstitutostrabos@gmail.com ou telefone 11 98968-0684

Títulos dos artigos de 26/01/2021 

  • Magnetic Resonance Imaging of the Arc of Contact of Extraocular Muscles: Implications Regarding the Incidence of Slipped Muscles
  • Multiple Mechanisms of Extraocular Muscle “Overaction”
  • How Far Can a Medial Rectus Safely Be Recessed?
  • Artifacts of Measuring During Strabismus Surgery
  • When is “routine” strabismus not “routine”
  • Should Recessions of the Medial Recti Be Graded From the Limbus or the Insertion?
  • The Influence of Axial Length on the Response to Strabismus Surgery
  • Factors Influencing Response to Strabismus Surgery
  • The Benefits,, Risks and, Efficacy of Strabismus Surgey in Adults
  • The Functional Benefits of Strabismus Surgery
  • Use of the Delphi Process for Defining Successful Outcomes for Strabismus Surgery
  • How do Recessions and Resections of Extraocular Muscles Work?
  • Variation in Axial Length and Anatomical Landmarks in Strabismic Patients
  • Theoretical Effects of Surgery on Length Tension Relationships of Extraocular Muscles

Títulos dos artigos de 23/02/2021

  • Abnormal sensory findings secondary to monocular cataracts in children and strabismic adults
  • Postoperative Binocularity in Adults with Long Standing Strabismus: Is surgery cosmetic only?
  • Binocular Field Expansion in Adults after Surgery for Esotropia
  • Diplopia Associated with Longstanding and Sensory Strabismus
  • Fixation Switch Diplopia
  • The Management of Diplopia Limited to Downgaze
  • Recently Acquired Diplopia in Adults with Long-standing Strabismus
  • Intractable Diplopia After Strabismus Surgery
  • Diplopia After Refractive Surgery – occurrence and prevention.
  • Causes and Prevention of Diplopia after Refractive Surgery
  • Monovision can be Detrimental to Patients with Strabismus

Títulos dos artigos de 30/03/2021

  • Exotropic deviations – A functional classification and approach to treatment
  • Surgical Pearls in the Management of Intermittent Exotropia
  • The Distance Angle to Target in Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia
  • Selective Surgery for Intermittent Exotropia Based on Distance/Near Differences
  • Distance/Near Differences in Intermittent Exotropia
  • Intermittent Exotropia: Far Distance Surgery for Surgical Dosage
  • Diagnosis and Treatment of Exotropia with High Accommodation Convergence-Accommodation Ratio
  • Does Overcorrecting Minus Lens Therapy for Intermittent Exotropia Cause Myopia?
  • Intermittent Exotropia: Are Things Ever as they Seem
  • Bilateral Lateral Rectus Recession vs. Unilateral Recess-Resect for Intermittent Exotropia
  • Conservative management of intermittent exotropia to defer or avoid surgery

Títulos dos artigos de 27/04/2021

  • Simulated superior oblique palsy
  • The diagnosis and treatment of bilateral masked superior oblique palsy
  • Errors in the Three-Step Test
  • “V” Esotropia and Excyclotropia after Surgery for Bilateral Fourth Nerve Palsy
  • Diagnosis of Isolated Cyclovertical Muscle Palsies According to the Method of Bicas
  • The Effect of Surgery on Forced Head Tilt Differences in Superior Oblique Palsy
  • Ocular Torticollis and Facial Asymmetry
  • Monovision can be Detrimental to Patients with Strabismus
  • Overaction of the Inferior Oblique Muscle in 4th Nerve Palsy
  • The Influence of Head Tilt on Ocular Torsion in Patients with Superior Oblique Muscle Palsy
  • Vertical Rectus Surgery for Knapp Class 2 Superior Oblique Muscle Parasis

Títulos dos artigos de 25/05/2021 

  • Surgery with respect to ciclotropia
  • Ocular torsional movements in normal humans
  • Ocular torsional movements in humans with normal and abnormal ocular motility.  Part I. Objective measurements
  • Ocular torsional movements in patients with normal and abnormal ocular motility: Part II ‑ Subjective observations
  • The role of ocular torsion on the etiology of A‑V patterns
  • Unexpected Cyclotropia Simulating Disruption of Fusion
  • Torsion is a Contributing Cause of the Anti-Elevation Syndrome
  • Ocular Torsion; Rotations Around the WHY Axis
  • Observations About Objective and Subjective Ocular Torsion
  • The Effect of Ocular Torsion on A and V Patterns and Apparent Oblique Muscle Overaction
  • Outcomes of Harada-Ito Surgery for Acquired Torsional Diplopia
  • Torsion and Pattern Strabismus: Potential Conflicts in Treatment

29/06/2021  Encontro com o autor