Conjunctival Mini-flap Operation for Restrictive Strabismus After Periocular Surgery – Corrected Proof

Purpose: To investigate the effect of conjunctival mini-flap operation to treat restrictive strabismus in patients with diplopia caused by conjunctival adhesion and hyperplasia after periocular surgery.Design: Case series study.Methods: Eleven patients with diplopia and restrictive strabismus attributable to conjunctival dysplasia after periocular surgery underwent a conjunctival mini-flap surgery without a muscle operation and were followed-up at 1, 3, and 6 months after surgery. The Hess screen test, binocular single vision field with Goldmann perimetry, and extraocular muscle movement were analyzed pre- and postoperatively. Patient satisfaction with the cosmetic results of conjunctival mini-flap operation was also investigated.Results: The mean preoperative alignment deviation in (Read more...)

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