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>Journals >Cirugía y Cirujanos >Year 2010, Issue 6


Moguel-Ancheita S, Ramírez-Sibaja S, Reyes-Pantoja SA, Orozco-Gómez LP
Visuomotor functions and intelligence subsequent to strabismus treatment. Second phase
Cir Cir 2010; 78 (6)

Language: Español
References: 12
Page: 470-475
PDF: 308.27 Kb.


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ABSTRACT

Background: Strabismus has been related to different alterations of brain functions and learning in children. Early treatment for visuomotor functions may improve the executive areas of intelligence. We undertook this study to demonstrate changes of visuomotor function and intelligence in children after strabismus treatment.
Methods: This is a prospective study of patients with strabismus, before and after treatment. We applied the Human Figure Test, Visuomotor Bender Test, and Intelligence Test.
Results: We included nine children with an average age of 8.7 years (±2.4 years). Stereopsis result was 724 arc sec. Visual acuity was 0.16 logMAR ± 0.15. Verbal intelligence was 91.1 ± 11, executive intelligence (EI) was 86.7 ± 8, and global intelligence (GI) was 91 ± 10. Correlation coefficient of EI was significantly related to stereopsis (–0.2), visual acuity (–0.1) and Bender (–0.1). GI results were higher than statistical prognosis (88.16 for x = 90).
Conclusions: We demonstrated improvement in binocularity and psychoadaptive areas related to EI after strabismus and amblyopia treatment.


Key words: Strabismus, stereopsis, visuomotor, depression, intelligence.


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