Strabismus surgery: adjustable sutures—good for all?

  title={Strabismus surgery: adjustable sutures—good for all?},
  author={Ajay Shanker Tripathi and Roger. Haslett and Ian Bruce Marsh},
Aims The role of adjustable sutures in strabismus surgery has mainly been limited to conditions like dysthyroid restrictive myopathy, blow-out fractures of orbit, aberrant regeneration of nerves, and certain other long-standing and complicated squints. In this clinical study, an attempt has been made to analyse the efficacy of adjustable sutures in squint surgery as a routine procedure. We also studied patients' acceptability and satisfaction following this procedure and analysed various… CONTINUE READING
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