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Paralytic and incomitant strabismus

Lee, J.P.

Current Opinion in Ophthalmology 7(5): 19-23

1996


ISSN/ISBN: 1040-8738
PMID: 10165103
DOI: 10.1097/00055735-199610000-00005
Accession: 046915691

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During the past year, there have been interesting reports on the association of head tilt, facial asymmetry, and congenital superior oblique palsy. The etiology of sixth nerve palsy and its outcome in adults and children have been studied in two large series, and an orbital surgical approach has been reported to be valuable in cases of Brown's syndrome and superior oblique overaction.

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