American Association for Pediatric
Ophthalmology and Strabismus
Bookmark and Share


Journal of AAPOS  presents expert information on children's eye diseases and on strabismus as it impacts all age groups. Major articles by leading experts in the field cover clinical and investigative studies, treatments, case reports, surgical techniques, descriptions of instrumentation, current concept reviews, and new diagnostic techniques. The Journal is the official publication of the American Association for Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus.

Please download sample publications from recent issues here and continue to explore at the journal's website.



 April 2016

Binenbaum G, Chen W, Huang J, Forbes BJ. The natural history of retinal hemorrhage in pediatric head trauma.
J AAPOS 2016;20:131-5.

Castiblanco C, Meese H, Foster CS. Treatment of pediatric uveitis with adalimumab: the MERSI experience.
J AAPOS 2016;20:145-7.







February 2016

Sloper J. The other side of amblyopia.
J AAPOS 2016;20:e1-e13.

Marsh JD, Yilmaz PT, Guyton DL. Deficiency of depression in adduction: clinical characteristics and surgical management of the “inverted Brown pattern.”
J AAPOS 2016;20:7-11



December 2015

Tan RJD, Demer JL. Heavy eye syndrome and sagging eye syndrome in high myopia.
J AAPOS 15;2015:500-506.

Kelly KR, Jost RM, De La Cruz A, Birch EE. Amblyopic children read more slowly than controls under natural, binocular reading conditions.
J AAPOS 15;2015:515-20.


October 2015

Li SL, Reynaud A, Hess RF, Wang Y-Z, Jost RM, Morale SE, De La Cruz A, Dao L, Stager Jr D, Birch EE.
Dichoptic movie viewing treats childhood amblyopia.
J AAPOS 2015;19:401-5.

Chang MY, Pineles SL, Velez FG.
Adjustable small-incision selective tenotomy and plication for correction of incomitant vertical strabismus and torsion.
J AAPOS 2015;19:410-16.







Professional Membership Log-In

Fill in your username and password and select an action. Forgot password?

Are you a medical professional, interested in joining AAPOS? Find out more here  ▶