Zur pathogenese der Eso- und Hypotropie bei hoher Myopie

@inproceedings{Herzau1996ZurPD,
  title={Zur pathogenese der Eso- und Hypotropie bei hoher Myopie},
  author={Volker Herzau and Konstantinos Ioannakis},
  year={1996}
}
Background In myopia characteristic types of strabismus and defects of ocular motility can occur. One of these myopia related disturbances shows a gradually increasing eso- and hypodeviation in progressively myopic eyes, caused by a corresponding deficit of abduction and elevation. Different pathogenetic factors have been described for this long known clinically uniform entity. Patients and Methods In eight patients with pathologic myopia a marked eso- and hypotropia was operated on in the last… CONTINUE READING

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