Changes in esotropia after occlusion therapy in patients with strabismic amblyopia.

Abstract

Changes in esotropia were studied in 50 patients who had undergone full-time occlusion therapy for strabismic amblyopia to investigate the possibility that occlusion may have an influence on the amount of a preexisting esodeviation. Angle measurements of 21 esotropic patients with an alternating fixation behavior who had not been treated by occlusion served… (More)

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