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OBJECTIVE Screening KIF21A gene mutation in 9 families with congenital fibrosis of extraocular muscles and 7 sporadic cases. METHODS Families were ascertained and patients underwent complete ophthalmological examinations. The probands of 9 families with CFEOM and 7 sporadic patients were recruited for this study after informed consent. Genomic DNA was(More)
OBJECTIVE To study the mutation of FRMD7 gene in a Chinese family with congenital idiopathic nystagmus. METHODS Forty-six individuals in the Chinese family with congenital idiopathic nystagmus, including 16 patients, 19 normal siblings and 11 spouses, were investigated under informed consent. Genomic DNA of all 46 members was isolated by standard(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the results of using shifting fixation eye to manage monocular or asymmetrical binocular dissociated vertical deviation (DVD). METHODS Twenty-three DVD children whose corrected vision was better than 0.5 in the amblyopic eye were studied. The goal of the shifting fixation eye was gained by decreasing the vision of the primary(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyse the clinical manifestations and the effects of surgical management on Congenital fibrosis of extraocular muscles (CFEOM). METHODS Forty cases with CFEOM were retrospectively summarized. The follows were recorded and analysed, including sex, surgical age, visual acuity, refractive condition, phenotype, the diopter, the complications of(More)
  • M Han, H Ma
  • 1997
OBJECTIVE To explore the recovery of binocular vision and stereoacuity of monocular cataract extraction after posterior chamber intraocular lens (IOL) implantation. METHODS After extraction of traumatic cataract, primary or secondary posterior chamber IOL implantation was performed on 36 cases. The naked vision, corrected vision and binocular dioptric(More)
OBJECTIVE To demonstrate the surgical choices for patients with complicated head posture associated with nystagmus. METHODS It was a retrospective clinical study. Thirty-eight cases of congenital nystagmus with abnormal head posture in all three axes without strabismus were retrospectively analyzed. Twenty-nine(76.32%) cases whose dominant head posture(More)
OBJECTIVE To investigate the stereoacuity before and after superior oblique sagittal transposition in patients with acquired excyclotorsion. METHODS 14 cases of acquired excyclotorsion who had complaints of forward and downward torsional diplopia were treated with superior oblique sagittal transposition. All patients were examined with Titmus test prior(More)
OBJECTIVE To analyze the clinical manifestations and the methods and effects of surgical management on Duane's Retraction Syndrome (DRS). METHODS 67 cases with DRS were summarized retrospectively. The data were recorded and analysed, including sex, age, type, clinical features, surgical methods and the results. RESULTS 63 cases had only monocular(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the effect of Recession of both horizontal rectus muscles in Duane Retraction Syndrome with significant globe retraction. METHODS Sixteen cases with DRS were summarized retrospectively. All patients had undergone surgery with recession of both horizontal rectus muscles. All clinical records, including sex, age, types of DRS, clinical(More)
OBJECTIVE To evaluate the application of relative reference point photographic analysis method and goniometer method for head posture measurement, and compare the characteristics of the two methods. METHODS Thirty patients from March 2011 to April 2011 and August to September with AHP in our hospital were recruited. The AHP were measured by photographic(More)