Dr. Bonilla-Warford, from Bright Eyes News has been asked to find a cover photo for an issue of Optometry and Vision Development. He is looking for a high quality, high resolution (large) photo of a child or adult with strabismus. I asked if the picture should clearly show the strabismus, or if it would be better to use a picture showing successfully treated strabismus, and he thought a photo showing the strabismus would be preferable. You can see the table of contents for the issue here.
If you are interested, you can email any pictures to Dr. Bonilla-Warford at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Thanks Ann. I look forward to the submissions and will pass them along to the editors. Who wouldn’t want to be on the cover of an internationally read vision science journal? 🙂
Thanks Ann for always keeping us updated! You sure do a lot of research that is so helpful for many parents!!! I will have to look for some baby pictures of Ellie although, even now, she still looks very cross-eyed after surgery! Unfortunately most of the pictures we have of her now are with the patch on since she wears it most of her waking hours! Anyways, thanks for sharing!
I do have a picture of little Paris where the strabismus is very apparant and may be of help. How do I send it to you?