James W. McManaway

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Six adult patients with acquired, chronic, complete sixth nerve palsy had vertical rectus muscle transposition to the lateral rectus muscle insertion with intraoperative injection of botulinum toxin into the ipsilateral medial rectus muscle. Five of six patients were orthophoric in primary gaze, and the remaining patient achieved single binocular vision(More)
Recent clinical studies have emphasized the importance of diphtheroids, previously regarded as nonpathogenic bacteria or contaminants, as causes of ocular disease. We encountered two patients with endophthalmitis following cataract extraction and anterior chamber intraocular lens implantation. Both patients had previously been treated with subconjunctival(More)
Diphtheroids, members of the coryneform family of bacteria, increasingly have been recognized as the cause of serious ocular diseases. After isolation of coryneform group A-4 from two patients with delayed endophthalmitis after cataract extraction and intraocular lens implantation, 10(7) organisms were injected into the vitreous of seven New Zealand white(More)
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