S Vettard

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The clinical study of abduction can be completed by the electro-oculographic recording of saccades with stop on for each saccade with back movement. Several deficits of abduction are studied: Vlth nerve palsy, unilateral or bilateral Stilling-Duane syndrome, Vlth nerve pseudo-palsy in child esotropia with manifest-latent nystagmus. The diagrams show the(More)
The presence of a DVD makes the ocular motility examination complicate but it is a valuable sign for the clinician as it is noticed essentially in infantile early onset strabismus with latent nystagmus. It is fundamental not to confuse it with an hyperaction of the inferior oblique. It requires a surgical treatment: a recession of superior recti.
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