Most important part of ptosis treatment is the preoperative exam

WAILEA, Hawaii — Investigate the patient history and review patient treatment goals and expectations, when evaluating a patient for ptosis, Femida Kherani, MD, FRCSC, said at Hawaiian Eye 2018.
Kherani categorized the types of ptosis noting that ptosis can be classified as congenital and acquired.
Further subclassifications include: involutional due to aging, myogenic, neurogenic (that is, anything affecting the 3rd nerve or Horner’s syndrome), mechanical (caused by a mass) and pseudoptosis (seen in patients with prosthetic eyes).
Ptosis may cause astigmatism or amblyopia and can be

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