[The so-called bridle operation].


In two cases of palsy of the third nerve we found a paresis of two neighboring rectus muscles without cyclotropia (i.e., palsy of the medial rectus muscle an the superior rectus muscle). In these cases, we performed a new procedure, which consists in transpositing the two functioning rectus muscles at the insertion of the two paretic muscles. The effect is… (More)


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