Tuesday, June 4, 2013

Prismatic Correction of Consecutive Esotropia in Children after a Unilateral Recession and Resection Procedure

Prismatic Correction of Consecutive Esotropia in Children after a Unilateral Recession and Resection Procedure

....Prismatic correction can lead to good motor outcomes while maintaining favorable sensory status in most patients with consecutive esotropia. Patients showed different clinical manifestations and outcome according to the period of prismatic correction. Patients in the prism-weaned group showed a faster change in esodeviation after prismatic correction and more exotropic drift after prism weaning, resulting in a higher rate of recurrence of exotropia.....



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