Richard L. Anderson

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The lateral canthus normally sits 1 to 2 mm higher than the medial canthus. With time, aging and gravity produce inferior displacement of the canthus. Numerous eyelid disorders can also result in lower eyelid or lateral canthal tendon laxity or malposition, requiring horizontal eyelid tightening or canthal repositioning. The lateral tarsal strip procedure(More)
To report a case of exacerbation of blepharospasm after bilateral globus pallidus internus (GPi) deep brain stimulator (DBS) placement. A 69-year-old male presented after bilateral GPi DBS placement for blepharospasm and craniocervical dystonia with worsening eyelid spasms and associated apraxia of lid opening (ALO). Numerous attempts to adjust DBS(More)
In this poster we describe our use of digraphic display and analysis of RGB data for movie frames to achieve an algorithmic mode of representing moving image documents. We provide a background of our previous method and detail the significant differences in our new method. We then sketch the data we expect to have soon for 60 titles examined.
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