Candace Leach

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REFERENCE/CITATION Alla S, Sullivan SJ, Hale L, McCrory P. Self-report scales/checklists for the measurement of concussion symptoms: a systematic review. Br J Sports Med. 2009;43 (suppl 1):i3-i12. CLINICAL QUESTION Which self-report symptom scales or checklists are psychometrically sound for clinical use to assess sport-related concussion? DATA SOURCES(More)
PURPOSE Adults with socially noticeable strabismus have been known to experience psychosocial difficulties as a result of their abnormal eye position. This study was designed to assess the impact of noticeable strabismus in adults and the psychosocial effects of surgical correction. METHODS A total of 31 adults who underwent surgery for longstanding(More)
A 27-year-old myopic female presented with a recurrence of constant horizontal diplopia secondary to a decompensated microtropia. Following prism adaptation the patient underwent strabismus surgery for the prism adapted angle. A successful outcome ensued; the patient's alignment remains stable and she continues to be symptom free 12 months postoperatively.
The detection of emotional disturbance by general practitioners in the consultation is known to be low. This study measured the detection rates of emotional disturbance among 10 established principals in general practice, as compared with the general health questionnaire, before and after 10 months of training. The training comprised a fortnightly seminar(More)
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