1. Is Hess chart useful in all cases of strabismus?
2. What is the difference between Hess screen and Lees Screen?
3. What are the values of Hess chart?
4. Is Hess chart alone useful for assessing incomitant strabismus?
5. What criteria are required for using the Hess charts?
6. What features of the Hess chart are used for interpretation?
7. What does the position of the fields in Hess chart indicate?
8. What information can be obtained from the size of the Hess chart?
9. What can be obtained from the shape of the Hess chart?
10. How can one use Hess chart for measuring the ocular deviation?
11. The Hess chart contains a central and outer field. What
information may be obtained by analysing
the outer field?
12. What are the features of mechanical defects on Hess chart?
13. What are the features of neurogenic defects on Hess chart?
14. In neurogenic strabismus, the muscle sequelae make the Hess
charts between the two eyes become more
similar in size. What
laws govern the muscle sequelae?
15. What are the three stages in the development of muscle
16. Using the information in Q14, can you predict the muscle
sequelae in a left superior oblique?