Strabismus publishes articles on all areas of the field including esotropia, exotropia, hypertropia, and Duane's Syndrome. The quarterly publication also discusses related disorders including amblyopia, infant visual development, binocular vision, stereopsis, suppression, amblyopia-related disorders of refraction, visual stimulus deprivation, and anisometropia. It aims to bridge the gap between neuroscientists and ophthalmologists and orthoptists treating strabismus and amblyopia patients. Strabismus includes the following sections: editorials, original papers, research reports, reviews, symposium proceedings, letters to the editor and selected abstracts.
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Editor-in-Chief: H.J. Simonsz, MD, Dept. of Ophthalmology Erasmus Medical Center, The Netherlands (email@example.com)
Associate Editor-in-Chief: F. Rowe, Ph.D., DBO, CGLI Cert. Ed., Professor in Orthoptics and Health Services Research, Hon Professor of Orthoptics UTS, NIHR Fellow, University of Liverpool, England
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