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வாக்குக் கண் (ஸ்ட்ராபிஸ்மஸ்) பார்வைக்கான அறுவைச் சிகிச்சைவாக்குக் கண் (ஸ்ட்ராபிஸ்மஸ்) பார்வைக்கான அறுவைச் சிகிச்சைStrabismus SurgeryTamilNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSC Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC Robert Pashby, MD, FRCSC Alex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSC David S. Rootman, MD, FRCSC Yasmin Shariff, RN000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>வாக்குக் கண் பார்வை அறுவை சிகிச்சை (மாறுகண் பார்வை அறுவை சிகிச்சை), பலவீனமான கண் தசைகளை இறுக்கமாக்குகிறது அல்லது வலிமையானவற்றை தளர்த்துகிறது.</p>
Strabismus surgerySStrabismus surgeryStrabismus surgeryEnglishOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2012-05-30T04:00:00ZYasmin Shariff, RN;Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC;Nasrin Najm-Tehrani, MD, FRCSC;Kamiar Mireskandari, MD, FRCSC6.0000000000000070.00000000000001319.00000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>Strabismus surgery tightens the weak eye muscles or loosens the stronger ones. This helps the eyes line up better. Read what to expect from the surgery.</p><p>Your child's doctor has recommended surgery (an operation) to improve your child's <a href="/Article?contentid=836&language=English">strabismus</a>.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul> <li>Strabismus surgery involves tightening the weak muscles and/or loosening the stronger ones so that the eyes are positioned better. </li> <li>Your child's eye may need to be patched after surgery. </li> <li>Your child's eye(s) will be swollen and red after the surgery. Your child might also have double vision, pinkish or light yellow tears and white mucus around the eye.</li> <li>Call your child's doctor if the swelling does not go away or the redness gets worse, if the double vision does not go away, if there is any yellow or green discharge from the eye, or if the cornea or pupil look different than normal. </li> <li>Follow-up appointments are very important. Be sure to check with your child's doctor about when these should happen.</li> </ul><h2>What happens during strabismus surgery?</h2> <p>Before the surgery, your child will have a special "sleep medicine" called a <a href="/Article?contentid=1261&language=English">general anaesthetic</a>. This will make sure your child sleeps through the operation and does not feel any pain. </p> <p>The surgeon will tighten the weak muscles of your child's eyes and/or loosen the stronger muscles so the eyes are positioned better. Special stitches will hold the eye muscles in their new position. These stitches are absorbable, meaning that they do not need to be taken out. They will dissolve on their own over the first six to eight weeks after surgery. </p> <p>The surgeon will not cut the skin around your child's eye, take the eye out of its socket, or use any lasers during the operation. </p><h2>What to expect after your child's strabismus surgery</h2> <h3>Eye patch</h3> <p>Your child's eye(s) may be patched after the surgery. If a patch is put on, the nurse usually takes it off before your child is sent home from the hospital. If the patch is needed for a longer time, it is usually for one night. Your child's doctor will tell you when to take it off. </p> <h3>Redness and swelling</h3> <p>Your child's eyes may be red and slightly swollen for several weeks. The redness and swelling should start to decrease after a couple of weeks. If you notice the swelling or redness getting worse after this time, please call your child's doctor. </p> <h3>Pain or discomfort</h3> <p>Your child may have some discomfort or pain in the operated eye. Ask your child's doctor if you can give medicine to relieve the pain or discomfort. </p> <p>Some doctors will also suggest putting cool water or ice water compresses on the eyes to ease discomfort and reduce the swelling. Ask your child's doctor if your child can have cool compresses. </p> <p>To make a cool compress, follow these steps:</p> <ol> <li>Always <a href="/Article?contentid=1981&language=English">wash your hands</a> before and after you touch your child's eyes.</li> <li>Fill a clean container with cold water. Cool tap water is fine. If you have well water, boil it and cool it in the refrigerator before you use it.</li> <li>Soak a clean face cloth in the water.</li> <li>Squeeze any extra water out of the cloth, then place the cloth on the swollen eye(s).</li> <li>Leave the cloth on the eyes for no more than two minutes at a time.</li> <li>Repeat a few times.</li> <li>Ask the doctor how often your child can have a cool compress. Several times a day for the first one or two days is often fine.</li> </ol> <h3>Double vision</h3> <p>Your child may see double after the operation. This will almost always go away as the swelling goes down and the child gets used to the new position of the eye muscles. Call your child's eye doctor if your child cannot see as well as they did before or if the double vision does not go away. </p> <h3>Pinkish or light yellow tears</h3> <p>Your child may have small amounts of slightly pinkish tears or blood-tinged discharge from the eyes for a couple of days after the surgery. Your child may also have clear light yellow tears at times.</p> <p>If the discharge continues after a couple of days or if it becomes bloodier, call your child's eye doctor. </p> <h3>White discharge or mucus</h3> <p>You may also notice that your child has thin whitish discharge or mucus around the eyes, especially after they wake up from sleep. This is entirely normal as the eyes heal. You can clean away this mucus with a face cloth rinsed in warm water. Put the face cloth on the eyes for one to two minutes and then gently wipe off the discharge.</p> <p>If the discharge is yellow or green, call your child's eye doctor.</p> <h3>The cornea and pupil should look normal</h3> <p>The clear covering of the eye, called the cornea, and the black pupil should always look the way they normally do. If they look different, your child's eye should be checked by an eye doctor. </p><h2>At SickKids:</h2> <p>Every eye doctor has their own instructions for what to do after strabismus surgery. Please make sure you receive a copy of your doctor's instructions from your doctor's co-ordinator.</p>
جراحة الحَوَلججراحة الحَوَلStrabismus surgeryArabicOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSC;Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC;Robert Pashby, MD, FRCSC;Alex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSC;David S. Rootman, MD, FRCSC;Yasmin Shariff, RN6.0000000000000074.00000000000001087.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>اقرأ عن علاج الحول عند الأطفال. تنطوي جراحة الحول على شد عضلات العيون الضعيفة و/أو رخي الأقوى كي تكون العيون في موقع افضل.</p>
斜视手术斜视手术Strabismus surgeryChineseSimplifiedOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSCStephen Kraft, MD, FRCSCRobert Pashby, MD, FRCSCAlex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSCDavid S. Rootman, MD, FRCSCYasmin Shariff, RN74.00000000000006.000000000000001087.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z斜视手术收紧弱的肌肉或放松紧的肌肉。这帮助眼睛更好平行。阅读从手术期望什么。<br>
斜視手術斜視手術Strabismus SurgeryChineseTraditionalOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSCStephen Kraft, MD, FRCSCRobert Pashby, MD, FRCSCAlex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSCDavid S. Rootman, MD, FRCSCYasmin Shariff, RN74.00000000000006.000000000000001087.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Z介紹兒童斜視手術治療過程,以及斜視手術後,包括用眼罩,抗生素,滴眼液,淋浴等護理注意事項
Strabisme: chirurgie correctiveSStrabisme: chirurgie correctiveStrabismus surgeryFrenchOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2012-05-30T04:00:00ZYasmin Shariff, RN;Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC;Nasrin Najm-Tehrani, MD, FRCSC;Kamiar Mireskandari, MD, FRCSC6.0000000000000070.00000000000001319.00000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p> L'opération pour le strabisme renforce les muscles des yeux qui sont faibles ou relâche les muscles plus forts, ce qui harmonise les deux yeux.</p><p>Le médecin de votre enfant a recommandé une opération chirurgicale pour améliorer le <a href="/Article?contentid=836&language=French">strabisme</a> de votre enfant.</p><h2>À retenir</h2> <ul><li>La chirurgie correctrice de strabisme consiste à resserrer les muscles faibles ou à relâcher les muscles forts pour que les yeux soint mieux positionnés.</li> <li>Votre enfant pourrait devoir porter un pansement oculaire après l'opération.</li> <li>L'œil (ou les yeux) de votre enfant peut (peuvent) être gonflés et rouges après l'opération. Il se peut que votre enfant voit double et qu'il ait de larmes rosâtres ou jaunes et du mucus blanc autour des yeux.</li> <li>Après l'opération, appelez le médecin de votre enfant si l'enflure ne diminue pas, si les rougeurs empirent, si la vision double ne disparaît pas, si vous remarquez un écoulement jaune ou vert, ou si la cornée ou la pupille ont l'air différent.</li> <li>Les rendez-vous de suivi sont très importants. Vérifiez avec le médecin de votre enfant quand ces rendez-vous doivent avoir lieu.</li></ul><h2>Ce qui se passe pendant une opération pour le strabisme</h2> <p>Avant l'opération on donnera à votre enfant un médicament spécial pour l'endormir, appelé anesthésie générale, pour faire en sorte que votre enfant dorme pendant l'opération et qu'il ne ressente aucune douleur</p> <p>Le chirurgien resserrera les muscles affaiblis des yeux de votre enfant ou relâchera la tension dans des muscles trop forts. Le chirurgien utilisera des points fondants (sutures résorbables) pour maintenir les muscles des yeux en place. Ces points n'ont pas besoin d'être retirés. Ils se dissoudront d'eux-mêmes au cours des 6 à 8 semaines qui suivront l'opération.</p> <p>Le chirurgien ne coupera pas la peau qui entoure l'œil, ne sortira pas l'œil de son orbite et ne se servira pas de lasers.</p><h2>À quoi s'attendre après l'opération de correction du strabisme</h2> <h3>Pansement oculaire ou cache-œil</h3> <p>L'œil ou les yeux de votre enfant peuvent être couvert(s) ou non après l'opération. Si on installe un pansement, l'infirmiere l'enlèvera avant que votre enfant ne retourne à la maison. Si le pansement doit demeurer en place plus longtemps, le médecin vous dira quand l'enlever.</p> <h3>Rougeur et gonflement</h3> <p>Les yeux de votre enfant pourraient être rouges et un peu enflés pendant plusieurs semaines. Les rougeurs et l'enflure devraient commencer à se résorber après quelques semaines. Si l'enflure empire ou si les rougeurs ne s'en vont pas, appelez le médecin de votre enfant.</p> <h3>Douleur ou inconfort</h3> <p>Votre enfant pourrait ressentir de la douleur ou de l'inconfort dans l'œil opéré. Demandez au médecin de votre enfant s'il peut lui donner un médicament pour soulager la douleur ou l'inconfort.</p> <p>Certains médecins vont aussi suggérer de mettre des compresses d'eau froide ou de glace sur les yeux pour réduire l'inconfort et l'enflure. Demandez au médecin de votre enfant si votre enfant peut avoir des compresses d'eau froide.</p> <p>Pour fabriquer des compresses d'eau froide, suivez ces étapes.</p> <ol><li>Lavez-vous toujours les mains avant de toucher aux yeux de votre enfant et après. Assurez-vous que le contenant que vous utilisez soit propre.</li> <li>Remplissez un contenant avec de l'eau froide. L'eau du robinet suffit. Si vous prenez votre eau d'un puits, faites-­la bouillir et laissez-la refroidir dans le réfrigérateur avant de l'utiliser.</li> <li>Imbibez d'eau froide une serviette propre. </li> <li>Tordez la serviette pour en retirer toute l'eau superflue et placez la serviette sur les yeux enflés.</li> <li>Ne pas laisser la serviette plus de 2 minutes à la fois.</li> <li>Répétez plusieurs fois.</li> <li>Demandez à votre médecin combien souvent vous pouvez mettre des compresses sur les yeux de votre enfant​. Souvent, plusieurs fois par jour pendant la première ou les deux premières journées suffisent.</li></ol> <h3>Vision double</h3> <p>Votre enfant pourrait voir double après l'opération. Ce phénonème disparaît presque toujours tout seul à mesure que l'enflure diminue et que l'enfant s'habitue à la nouvelle position des muscles des yeux. Appelez le médecin de votre enfant si votre enfant ne peut pas voir aussi bien qu'avant ou si la vision double ne disparaît pas.</p> <h3>Larmes rosâtres ou jaunâtres</h3> <p>Votre enfant pourrait avoir des larmes rosâtres ou teintées de sang pendant quelques jours après l'opération. Il se peut également que votre enfant ait des larmes jaune clair parfois.</p> <p>Si les écoulements ne diminuent pas ou empirent, appelez le médecin de votre enfant.</p> <h3>Écoulements blanchâtres ou mucus</h3> <p>Vous pourriez aussi remarquer un mince écoulement blanchâtre (ou mucus) autour des yeux, surtout après que votre enfant se soit réveillé. C'est parfaitement normal quand l'œil guérit.</p> <p>Pour nettoyer les yeux de votre enfant, trempez une serviette propre dans l'eau chaude. Placez la serviette sur les yeux pendant 1 à 2 minutes, et essuyez doucement l'écoulement.</p> <p>Si l'écoulement est jaune ou vert, appelez le médecin de votre enfant.</p> <h3>La cornée et les pupilles devraient avoir l'air normal</h3> <p>La couche transparente qui couvre les yeux, appelée la cornée, et la pupille noire, devrait toujours garder la même apparence. Si elles ont l'air différent, votre enfant devrait se faire examiner par un ophtalmologiste.</p><h2>À l'hôpital SickKids​:</h2> <p>Les ophtalmologistes ont leurs propres instructions à propos de la chirurgie correctrice du strabisme​. Assurez-vous de que le coordinateur de votre médecin vous donne une copie de ses instructions.</p>
Cirugía de estrabismoCCirugía de estrabismoStrabismus SurgerySpanishNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSC Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC Robert Pashby, MD, FRCSC Alex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSC David S. Rootman, MD, FRCSC Yasmin Shariff, RN000Flat ContentHealth A-Z<p>La cirugía de estrabismo ayuda a los ojos a alinearse correctamente. Infórmese acerca del tratamiento del estrabismo y el cuidado postoperatorio necesario.</p>
بھینگے پن کی جرّاحیببھینگے پن کی جرّاحیStrabismus SurgeryUrduNAChild (0-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)NANANAAdult (19+)NA2009-11-12T05:00:00ZRay Buncic, MD, FRCSCStephen Kraft, MD, FRCSCRobert Pashby, MD, FRCSCAlex Levin, MD, MHSc, FRCSCDavid S. Rootman, MD, FRCSCYasmin Shariff, RN74.00000000000006.000000000000001087.00000000000Flat ContentHealth A-Zبھینگے پن کی سرجری کے ذریعہ آنکھوں کے کمزور عضلات کو سخت یا مضبوط عضلات کو ڈھیلا کیا جاتا ہے۔ اس سے آنکھوں کو بہتر طور پر سیدھ میں رکھنے میں مدد ملتی ہے۔

 

 

Strabismus surgery1018.00000000000Strabismus surgeryStrabismus surgerySEnglishOphthalmologyBaby (1-12 months);Toddler (13-24 months);Preschooler (2-4 years);School age child (5-8 years);Pre-teen (9-12 years);Teen (13-18 years)EyesMuscular systemProceduresCaregivers Adult (19+)NA2012-05-30T04:00:00ZYasmin Shariff, RN;Stephen Kraft, MD, FRCSC;Nasrin Najm-Tehrani, MD, FRCSC;Kamiar Mireskandari, MD, FRCSC6.0000000000000070.00000000000001319.00000000000Health (A-Z) - ProcedureHealth A-Z<p>Strabismus surgery tightens the weak eye muscles or loosens the stronger ones. This helps the eyes line up better. Read what to expect from the surgery.</p><p>Your child's doctor has recommended surgery (an operation) to improve your child's <a href="/Article?contentid=836&language=English">strabismus</a>.</p><h2>Key points</h2> <ul> <li>Strabismus surgery involves tightening the weak muscles and/or loosening the stronger ones so that the eyes are positioned better. </li> <li>Your child's eye may need to be patched after surgery. </li> <li>Your child's eye(s) will be swollen and red after the surgery. Your child might also have double vision, pinkish or light yellow tears and white mucus around the eye.</li> <li>Call your child's doctor if the swelling does not go away or the redness gets worse, if the double vision does not go away, if there is any yellow or green discharge from the eye, or if the cornea or pupil look different than normal. </li> <li>Follow-up appointments are very important. Be sure to check with your child's doctor about when these should happen.</li> </ul><h2>How to care for your child after the strabismus surgery</h2> <h3>Antibiotic and cortisone drops</h3> <p>Sometimes, the doctor will order antibiotic drops or a combination of antibiotic and cortisone drops for the operated eye(s). If your child needs <a href="/Article?contentid=995&language=English">eye drops</a>, your child's doctor will let you know. Please remember to pick up the prescription.</p> <h3>Gentle play only for the first week</h3> <p>For the first week after the surgery, light activities such as gentle playing indoors, using computers and watching TV are fine. Your child will need to avoid rough activities, sandbox play, or contact sports for at least two weeks after the surgery. Ask your child's doctor what activities your child is allowed. </p> <h3>Baths and showers</h3> <p>Ask your child's doctor about baths and showers. Some doctors prefer your child to take a bath instead of a shower for the first week after surgery. Please check with your child's doctor if it is fine to wash your child's hair, as the water could run over their eyes. If you can wash your child's hair, avoid getting soap or shampoo in their eyes. Only wash your child's face with a clean face cloth and water.</p> <h3>School and day care</h3> <p>Generally, children should not go to school or day care for the first two days after the surgery. Please check with your child's eye doctor. Tell your child's caregiver or teacher about any activity restrictions. </p> <h3>Swimming</h3> <p>Swimming is normally not allowed for three weeks after the surgery. Please check with your child's doctor.</p><h2>Follow-up appointments after the strabismus surgery</h2> <p>Follow-up appointments are as important as the surgery itself. These appointments are usually scheduled as follows: </p> <ul> <li>during the first week after surgery </li> <li>four to six weeks after surgery </li> <li>three to six months after surgery. </li> </ul> <p>Check with your child's doctor about when the first follow-up appointment should happen.</p> <h3>Write the date and time of the first appointment here:______________________</h3> <h2>Glasses or patching after surgery</h2> <p>If your child needed glasses before surgery, they will most likely still need them after it. While surgery will help straighten your child's eyes, it is only one part of the treatment. Surgery alone is not a complete cure for every child. Sometimes, an eye will also need <a href="/Article?contentid=57&language=English">patching</a>after an operation. </p> <p>If your child's eye needs patching, your child's doctor will tell you and give you the instructions.</p> <p>If you have any questions or concerns, please call the doctor who operated on your child's eyes.</p> <h3>Write down your child's doctor's name and phone number here:</h3> <h3>Name: ________________________________</h3> <h3>Phone number: __________________________</h3><h2>What happens during strabismus surgery?</h2> <p>Before the surgery, your child will have a special "sleep medicine" called a <a href="/Article?contentid=1261&language=English">general anaesthetic</a>. This will make sure your child sleeps through the operation and does not feel any pain. </p> <p>The surgeon will tighten the weak muscles of your child's eyes and/or loosen the stronger muscles so the eyes are positioned better. Special stitches will hold the eye muscles in their new position. These stitches are absorbable, meaning that they do not need to be taken out. They will dissolve on their own over the first six to eight weeks after surgery. </p> <p>The surgeon will not cut the skin around your child's eye, take the eye out of its socket, or use any lasers during the operation. </p><h2>What to expect after your child's strabismus surgery</h2> <h3>Eye patch</h3> <p>Your child's eye(s) may be patched after the surgery. If a patch is put on, the nurse usually takes it off before your child is sent home from the hospital. If the patch is needed for a longer time, it is usually for one night. Your child's doctor will tell you when to take it off. </p> <h3>Redness and swelling</h3> <p>Your child's eyes may be red and slightly swollen for several weeks. The redness and swelling should start to decrease after a couple of weeks. If you notice the swelling or redness getting worse after this time, please call your child's doctor. </p> <h3>Pain or discomfort</h3> <p>Your child may have some discomfort or pain in the operated eye. Ask your child's doctor if you can give medicine to relieve the pain or discomfort. </p> <p>Some doctors will also suggest putting cool water or ice water compresses on the eyes to ease discomfort and reduce the swelling. Ask your child's doctor if your child can have cool compresses. </p> <p>To make a cool compress, follow these steps:</p> <ol> <li>Always <a href="/Article?contentid=1981&language=English">wash your hands</a> before and after you touch your child's eyes.</li> <li>Fill a clean container with cold water. Cool tap water is fine. If you have well water, boil it and cool it in the refrigerator before you use it.</li> <li>Soak a clean face cloth in the water.</li> <li>Squeeze any extra water out of the cloth, then place the cloth on the swollen eye(s).</li> <li>Leave the cloth on the eyes for no more than two minutes at a time.</li> <li>Repeat a few times.</li> <li>Ask the doctor how often your child can have a cool compress. Several times a day for the first one or two days is often fine.</li> </ol> <h3>Double vision</h3> <p>Your child may see double after the operation. This will almost always go away as the swelling goes down and the child gets used to the new position of the eye muscles. Call your child's eye doctor if your child cannot see as well as they did before or if the double vision does not go away. </p> <h3>Pinkish or light yellow tears</h3> <p>Your child may have small amounts of slightly pinkish tears or blood-tinged discharge from the eyes for a couple of days after the surgery. Your child may also have clear light yellow tears at times.</p> <p>If the discharge continues after a couple of days or if it becomes bloodier, call your child's eye doctor. </p> <h3>White discharge or mucus</h3> <p>You may also notice that your child has thin whitish discharge or mucus around the eyes, especially after they wake up from sleep. This is entirely normal as the eyes heal. You can clean away this mucus with a face cloth rinsed in warm water. Put the face cloth on the eyes for one to two minutes and then gently wipe off the discharge.</p> <p>If the discharge is yellow or green, call your child's eye doctor.</p> <h3>The cornea and pupil should look normal</h3> <p>The clear covering of the eye, called the cornea, and the black pupil should always look the way they normally do. If they look different, your child's eye should be checked by an eye doctor. </p><h2>At SickKids:</h2> <p>Every eye doctor has their own instructions for what to do after strabismus surgery. Please make sure you receive a copy of your doctor's instructions from your doctor's co-ordinator.</p>Strabismus surgery

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