Monday, March 25, 2013

Long-term results of the surgical management of intermittent exotropia

 Long-term results of the surgical management of intermittent exotropia

....Long-term surgical results in intermittent exotropia are less encouraging when sensory status is added to the evaluation. Patients with anisometropia, lateral incomitance, and immediate postoperative undercorrection are at increased risk for poor outcomes and to require....

Comments: Better rates of success should be achievable when you use the principles of neuro-plasticity while using Optometric Vision Therapy. DM

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