Traumatic tear of the inferior rectus muscle treated with inferior oblique anterior transposition

@article{Godeiro2007TraumaticTO,
  title={Traumatic tear of the inferior rectus muscle treated with inferior oblique anterior transposition},
  author={K. Godeiro and A. Pinto and J. P. Souza Filho and A. M. Petrilli and C. Nakanami},
  journal={International Ophthalmology},
  year={2007},
  volume={26},
  pages={185-189}
}
PurposeTo report a case of traumatic tear of the inferior rectus muscle treated with inferior oblique anterior transposition (IOAT).MethodsCase report of a 55-year-old man who presented with vertical diplopia (VD) after orbital trauma. Ocular examination disclosed a 62PD right hypertropia (RHT) in the primary position (PPO). The right inferior rectus (RIR) was torn, and the distal stump was fixed to the skin with tape.ResultsSurgery was performed under local anesthesia. The RIR tearing occurred… Expand

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