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Medial rectus recession in Grave’s orbitopathy

The purpose of this retrospective study was to analyse the surgical effect / success rate of recession of the medial rectus in 90 patients with horizontal diplopia. Mean age was 52.5 ±9.4 years. Of that 24% had unilateral medial rectus...

Vertical angle surgical outcomes

The surgical results of all patients undergoing isolated adjustable suture vertical squint surgery for thyroid eye disease are presented for a single centre over five years to explore the predictive factors for surgical planning. This was a retrospective study in...

A case report of cavernous sinus syndrome following dental procedure

This case report describes a patient presenting with painful diplopia as a consequence of root canal dental treatment. Following root canal treatment a non-resolving tooth pain led to a decision to extract the tooth, leading to onset of severe periorbital...

Sagging eye syndrome surgery

This retrospective study evaluated outcomes of surgery for patients with sagging eye syndrome (SES) from 1994 to 2014, to determine recurrence rates of strabismus. The study identified 103 cases; 93 requiring surgery for symptomatic small angle strabismus and 10 requiring...

Orbital Schwannomas

This is a large case series of orbital Schwannomas managed at a single centre over a 26-year period. Twenty Schwannomas are reported, all but one of which was managed surgically. The tumours were all benign, had an insidious onset and...

Strabismus after ocular surgery

This literature review discusses the incidence of diplopia after ocular surgery procedures for lids and ocular adnexa considering the mechanisms and treatments involved. Lid and conjunctival surgery included blepharoplasty, conjunctivodacrocystorhinostomy, conjunctival lesions and pterygia; cataract surgery; refractive surgery; glaucoma surgery;...

Outcomes of treated adult-onset ET

This study describes a large cohort of 248 patients with adult onset esotropia (ET) due to a range of causes and details preoperative characteristics, operative procedures and surgical outcomes. Mean age at diagnosis was 52 years. Diagnoses included cranial nerve...

Strabismus and scleral buckling

The authors examine the incidence of strabismus following scleral buckle for retinal detachment surgery and the factors that influence the strabismus, its incidence, preventative measures and treatment options. This was a retrospective review of 344 patients (360 eyes) with a...

An unusual third nerve palsy case report

The authors present the unusual case of a 23-year-old male presenting to hospital with right eye pain, right upper eyelid ptosis, blurred vision and diplopia, developing immediately after a penetrating injury to his right upper eyelid. On assessment he was...

Trochleitis features

The authors evaluate the epidemiology, clinical signs, treatment and outcomes of trochleitis in a retrospective review of 59 cases. Estimated prevalence was 12 per 100,000. Eighty-six percent were female and mean age was 43±18 years. All but one case was...

MR- vs. LR+ for divergence insufficiency

A retrospective study was conducted to compare the efficacy of medial rectus recession and lateral rectus resection as surgical interventions for divergence insufficiency in 18 patients. These were cases of non-neurological cause. Two patients in each group required postoperative adjustment....

A case series of acquired esotropia in cerebellar disease

Acquired esotropia in cerebellar disease is well described but under-recognised. The pathogenesis of cerebellar esotropia is controversial. It is suggested it may be a result of disruption to central vestibular pathways. This article reports a case series of seven adults...