Strabismus in the aphakic patient.

  title={Strabismus in the aphakic patient.},
  author={Robert L. Cohen and Susan Moore},
  volume={86 12},
Fifty patients with aphakia and strabismus were studied. The chief complaint was diplopia following full optical correction. Prism therapy was recommended if the diplopia persisted after 3 to 4 months. When prism therapy was ineffective or impractical, surgery was recommended. The result of therapy was not influenced by the cause of the cataract treatment… CONTINUE READING