Large-angle strabismus: can a single surgical procedure achieve a successful outcome?

@article{Thomas2010LargeangleSC,
  title={Large-angle strabismus: can a single surgical procedure achieve a successful outcome?},
  author={Satish Thomas and Sujata Guha},
  journal={Strabismus},
  year={2010},
  volume={18 4},
  pages={129-36}
}
PURPOSE Large-angle strabismus is a gray zone for surgeons with various advocates for one, two-, three-, or even four-muscle surgeries. Very frequently, reoperations are required in these cases in order to achieve a successful outcome. In this article, the authors evaluate the outcome of concomitant large-angle strabismus after a single surgical procedure. METHODS A retrospective analysis of all operated cases of concomitant large-angle strabismus (50 prism diopters or more) during a 1.5-year… CONTINUE READING

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