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Ten degrees of separation

… that’s ten prism diopters, to be precise. That’s the difference between the degree of Little’s ‘squint’ back in November last year and today. You see, today we went back to the Doc who’s diagnosis was so confusing that I practically walked out of his consulting room with a squint (and frown lines I fear Botox couldn’t rectify) and today we got clarity. 422 more words

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Strabismus vs. Pseudo Strabismus

A couple of months back at LincE’s 1 year check up, his ped mentioned the possibility of strabismus, which is a $2 word for crossed eyes. 169 more words

In Which My Eyeball Is Sliced Open

The day after Thanksgiving was my eye surgery.  It went well, I’m told, only 18 minutes long.  Recovery has been a complete pain in the ass, though.   749 more words

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On second thoughts...

…we’re not having surgery. Well, we might and we might not, but we won’t be doing it next week as previously ‘freaked out about’.

You see, yesterday we did one of those things you should always do (like wear sunblock and Uber after the Christmas party) … 732 more words

Little

Big News -Book!

Hello all,

I am pleased to announce the arrival of my first book, Osteopathy for Children, available on Amazon or wherever books are sold.  With this book I hope to explain all the subtle clues often overlooked by conventional pediatrics and specialists for that matter. 165 more words

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Wandering Out

The Older One was the first to notice it.

“Have you ever watched her eye?” he asked one evening when we were watching yet another viewing of the cinematic masterpiece, … 1,219 more words

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MBARARA SEPTEMBER 2015 OPHTHALMOLOGY FACULTY VISIT

MURHEC-RUHARO-OGSH | CORNEA AND PEDIATRICS MODULE (September 28 – October 2, 2015)

The third Mass Eye and Ear|Office of Global Surgery and Health (OGSH) Ophthalmology faculty visit to Mbarara University and Referral Hospital Eye Centre (MURHEC) continued on the same specialty topic areas as the March 2015 trip, focusing primarily on the treatment of keratoconus through cornea transplantation and the surgical treatment of pediatric strabismus, both common in the local patient population. 1,047 more words

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