Aplasia of the superior oblique tendon.
The authors describe two cases with unilateral aplasia of the superior oblique tendon where a considerable adaptation of the central nervous system had to be invoked resulting in compensatory innervation of the remaining seven vertical muscles of both eyes.
Vertical abnormal retinal correspondence in three patients with congenital absence of the superior oblique muscle.
- MedicineAmerican journal of ophthalmology
Ansatzverlagernde Eingriffe am Obliquus superior bei Pseudoaplasie und erworbenen Storungen Surgical Transposition of the Insertion of the Superior Oblique in Cases of Pseudoaplasia and Traumatic Disturbances
- Art, Medicine
Four cases with faulty insertions of the M. superior may demonstrate that a primary motoric V-syndrome does not necessarily lead to the development of ARC, and lack of sensorial control allows the brain stem to develop autonomous-pathologic forms of motility.