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Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology (MEAJO) is peer-reviewed publication of the Middle East African Council of Ophthalmology (MEACO). MEACO organizes and sponsors a biannual congress that covers all ophthalmology topics, publishes the Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology, which includes publication of original research of interest to ophthalmologists in the Middle East & Africa that describe clinical investigations, observations, and relevant laboratory investigations, and provide readers with high quality educational review articles from world-renown experts. More than 3000 copies of the journal are distributed free of cost to deserving ophthalmologists in the Middle East-African regions more...

 
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  July-September 2015 | Vol 22 | Issue  3
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Editorial
A modern approach to incomitant strabismus
Arif O Khan
Strabismus is one of the earliest documented ophthalmic conditions. In ancient times, it was considered incurable, secondary to inhabitation by an evil spirt. [1] Early Greco-Roman treatments included...
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Incomitant Strabismus Update
Optical issues in measuring strabismus
Kristina Irsch
Potential errors and complications during examination and treatment of strabismic patients can be reduced by recognition of certain optical issues. This articles reviews basic as well as guiding princ...
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Incomitant Strabismus Update
Complications of strabismus surgery
Scott E Olitsky, David K Coats
All surgeries carry risks of complications, and there is no way to avoid ever having a complication. Strabismus surgery is no different in this regard. There are methods to reduce the risk of a compli...
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