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.....Strabismus developed within the first 12 months of follow-up in 38 pseudophakic infants (66.7%) and 42 infant (74.5%) treated with contact lenses (P = 0.59). The younger cohort ... at the time of surgery demonstrated less strabismus (29 of 50...) than the older cohort (... 51 of 64 ... P<0 .01="" b="">.Intraocular lens placement does not prevent the early development of strabismus0>
after congenital cataract surgery. However, strabismus was less likely to develop in infants whose cataract was removed at an earlier age
Comments: As far as I can tell, none of the patients involved had any stimulation of binocular vision post surgical intervention. I would like to see how many individuals develop strabismus if each subject underwent vision therapy to enhance binocular vision. DM