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[Strabologic and neuro-ophthamologic aspects of childhood cancer]

A Neugebauer, P Herkenrath, F Koerber, T Simon, A Brunn, M Deckert, J Fricke
Der Ophthalmologe: Zeitschrift der Deutschen Ophthalmologischen Gesellschaft 2016, 113 (7): 557-69
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Pediatric oncology has achieved major progress by continuous optimization of diagnostic and therapeutic approaches. In the interdisciplinary team, the ophthalmologist plays an important role. In the field of strabismus and neuro-ophthalmology clinical symptoms as strabismus, visual loss, anisocoria, visual field defects, and involuntary eye movements may be key indicators of childhood cancer. The appropriate diagnostic workup as well as the diagnostic and therapeutic steps during the course of the disease are important often requiring individually tailored approaches.

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