Comparison of Two Training Methods for Recovery of Binocular Monocular Function after Strabismus Surgery

  • Mu Zhang
Keywords: Strabismus Treatment, Synoptic Training, Binocular Monocular Function, Age of Onset


Strabismus is a disease of the extraocular muscles, which means that the eyes cannot look at the target at the
same time, this is one of the most common causes of binocular vision abnormalities. Not only does strabismus
cause confusion and double vision due to the deflection of the eye, retinal abnormalities and monocular
suppression also occur. There was a significant decrease in the number of binocular visual cells in the striatum;
it seriously affects the visual function of patients. This paper compared the clinical effects of Internet sensory
perception training system and peer training on the recovery of monocular function after strabismus surgery. A
total of 100 strabismus patients who received monocular functional training after operation were selected,
according to the different postoperative training methods are divided into groups. The experimental group (50
cases) was treated with the sensory visual perception training system of the Internet; the matched group (50
cases) was treated with the same machine training. At 3, 6, and 12 months after treatment performing eye
position and visual function tests. The results show that the Internet sensory perception training system is
superior to the conjunctive training in the monocular functional treatment of strabismus.