- A Child With Strabismus
- On ocular examination, the patient had impaired elevation and ptosis of the left eye. Elevation was impaired in both the abducted and adducted positions of gaze.
- Clinical trial comparing autogenous fascia lata sling and Gore-Tex suspension
- Patients and methods: A prospective comparative randomized single-center study enrolled 110 patients with bilateral congenital ptosis. One group (n=55) underwent AFLS and the second group (n=55) underwent GTS. Exclusion criteria were good levator ...
- Ptosis and Diplopia in a 74-Year-Old With History of Stroke
- A 74-year-old woman was evaluated for ptosis and diplopia. She had noted the sudden onset of ptosis 2 months earlier, initially in the right upper eyelid and then a few days later in the left upper eyelid. One month before she was examined, she noted ...
- Reasons why your baby's eyes may not open fully and what you can do about it
- I think your child has a problem called droopy eyelid (ptosis). Usually, it can appear as an enlarged or heavy upper lid; or sometimes the affected eye appears smaller than the other eye.
- How a Rare Disease Can Teach Us About Our Greatest Story
- He also developed drooping of the upper eyelid called ptosis. The ophthalmologist recommended that Cameron see Dr. Richard Boles, a specialist in clinical genetics who diagnosed Cameron with mitochondrial disease: a rare, chronic, progressive inherited ...
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