Pediatric strabismus imaging


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Abstract

Purpose of reviewWith both radiologists and ophthalmologists in mind, this article describes the best use of computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging in the diagnosis of strabismus.Recent findingsBoth computed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are valuable tools in evaluation of strabismus, despite concerns about radiation exposure with computed tomography. Advancements in magnetic resonance imaging are being made and open new techniques that can be useful in the future evaluation of strabismus.SummaryComputed tomography and magnetic resonance imaging are safe tools in the evaluation of certain types of pediatric strabismus. The collaboration between imagers and ophthalmologists is essential in the development of feasible innovative methods of imaging that will advance diagnosis and monitoring in children with strabismus.

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