The Stability of the Monofixation Syndrome – Corrected Proof

Purpose: To determine etiology, characteristics, and stability of the monofixation syndrome (MFS) in a chart review of 63 consecutive patients in a private practice of pediatric ophthalmology.Design: Retrospective, consecutive chart review.Methods: The charts of 63 consecutive patients with MFS, encountered from 2007-2012 followed for a minimum of 3 years were included. Best visual acuity, motor angle deviation at near, fusion, and stereoacuity as recorded on the most recent visit during the follow-up period were examined. Stability of the MFS was determined by comparing the dates of diagnosis with the last examination for those patients who remained stable. Decompensated patients were also (Read more...)

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