Necrotizing scleritis and transient myopia following strabismus surgery.

Abstract

Necrotizing scleritis may occur following ocular surgery, most commonly after cataract extraction. This complication developed in a 60-year-old woman following strabismus surgery for a gaze palsy and sixth-nerve paresis following a stroke. Although an autoimmune process is present in many patients with necrotizing scleritis, none was detected in this… (More)

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@article{Gross1993NecrotizingSA, title={Necrotizing scleritis and transient myopia following strabismus surgery.}, author={Steven A Gross and Gunter K von Noorden and Daniel O B Jones}, journal={Ophthalmic surgery}, year={1993}, volume={24 12}, pages={839-41} }