Severe strabismus after scleral buckling: multiple mechanisms revealed by high-resolution magnetic resonance imaging.
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- Publication Date
Feb 01, 2005
Multipositional high-resolution MRI provides valuable information such as location and contractile potential of disinserted EOMs, as well as mass effect from the scleral buckle. Preoperative orbital MRI may be a useful tool to distinguish multiple mechanisms of persistent severe strabismus after scleral buckling and is helpful in surgical planning.
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