Luis Porfirio Orozco-Gómez

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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(More)
BACKGROUND We undertook this study to analyze diagnostic and treatment alternatives in patients with skew deviation (SD). METHODS This is a prospective, observational and longitudinal study of patients with SD. The study took place in a third-level medical center during the period from September 2007 to May 2008. Strabismological exploration,(More)
BACKGROUND We undertook this study to demonstrate the visuomotor alterations, intelligence level and depression changes in children with recurrent strabismus. METHODS Children with recurrent strabismus were studied with the Human Figure Test, Lauretta Bender Visuomotor Test, Intelligence Level of Weschler, WISC-R, and WPPSI. Complete exploration of(More)
BACKGROUND A review of neuronal and psychomotor alterations related to delay of amblyopia treatment was carried out. METHODS We reviewed various studies to explain the anomalies of visual cortex because of the prevalence of anomalous stimulus in patients with amblyopia. RESULTS Visual pathways are developed embryologically. The newborn has ocular(More)
OBJECTIVE Our aim was to demonstrate metabolic changes occurring in brain cortex during strabismus treatment. MATERIAL AND METHODS Single photon emission computed tomography (SPECT) of brain was made in patient with strabismus. The study only included congenital esotropia and excluded patients with other anomalies. Strabismus treatment was carried out(More)
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