Blepharoptosis following anterior segment surgery: a new theory for an old problem.

Abstract

Blepharoptosis is a well-known complication following anterior segment surgery. However, its precise aetiology remains elusive. There are currently two widely held views on the pathogenesis of persistent postoperative ptosis, namely the speculum and bridle suture theories. However, both suggested explanations fail to address important anatomical and… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/01676830.2012.681750

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