Outcome of inferior oblique recession with or without vertical rectus recession for unilateral superior oblique paresis.

@article{Morad2001OutcomeOI,
  title={Outcome of inferior oblique recession with or without vertical rectus recession for unilateral superior oblique paresis.},
  author={Yair Morad and V M Weinstock and Stephen P. Kraft},
  journal={Binocular vision & strabismus quarterly},
  year={2001},
  volume={16 1},
  pages={23-8}
}
PURPOSE To determine the effectiveness of a standard fixed 10 mm inferior oblique (IO) recession with or without vertical rectus recession in visually mature patients with unilateral superior oblique paresis (SOP) and mild to moderate IO overaction. METHODS The records of 24 patients over 12 years of age who had 10 mm IO recession for SOP, for IO overaction of +1 to +3 (out of maximum +4), with 6+ months of followup were reviewed. Criteria required for a "successful" outcome included: 1… CONTINUE READING