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Acquired Strabismus and Diplopia as Initial Presentation Signs of Hyperthyroidism and Thyroid Eye Disease

Chung SM, Kim WJ

PURPOSE: We evaluated the clinical characteristics of patients who recently acquired strabismus and diplopia as the initial presentations of hyperthyroidism and thyroid eye disease (TED). METHODS: The medical records of patients...
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Resection and Transposition of the Inferior Oblique for Hypertropia due to the Inferior Rectus Loss

Kwon JM, Lee SJ

PURPOSE: To report a case of resection and transposition of the inferior oblique muscle combined with superior rectus recession as treatment for large-angle hypertropia due to unilateral loss of the...
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Surgical Management of Concurrent Strabismus and Face Turn in Patients with Infantile Nystagmus

Park SE, Han SH, Lee JB, Han J

PURPOSE: To investigate the effect of adjusted Kestenbaum surgery in patients with idiopathic infantile nystagmus who were affected by both strabismus and face turn. METHODS: This retrospective consecutive case series included...
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Effect and Prognostic Factors of Systemic Steroid Treatment for Strabismus Associated Thyroid Ophthalmopathy

Shin GR, Kim DH

PURPOSE: To investigate the effect of steroid treatment on strabismus associated with thyroid ophthalmopathy. METHODS: The present retrospective study was conducted on 22 patients diagnosed with strabismus associated with thyroid ophthalmopathy,...
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Diagnosis and treatment of childhood strabismus

Yang HK, Jung JH

Strabismus is a pathologic condition in which the eyes do not properly align with each other forming different images on the corresponding retinal points. Early diagnosis and appropriate management of...
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Long-term Outcome of a Muscle Union Procedure in Patients with Horizontal Paralytic Strabismus

Noh H, Park KA, Oh SY

PURPOSE: To report the long-term surgical outcomes of a muscle union procedure in patients with paralytic strabismus. METHODS: We retrospectively reviewed the medical records of 20 patients who underwent muscle union...
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Changes in Angular Deviations under General Anesthesia for Strabismus Surgery with Objective Anesthetic Depth Control

Kim CZ, Nam KY, Lee SU, Lee SJ

PURPOSE: Changes in angular deviation before and after general anesthesia and strabismus surgery were examined. METHODS: Twenty patients with intermittent exotropia who were operated on by the same surgeon from January...
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Therapeutic Outcomes of Prism Glasses for Diplopia Unrelated to Strabismus Surgery

Hwang HS, Choi MY

PURPOSE: To evaluate the therapeutic results of the patients wearing the prism glasses due to strabismus with diplopia unrelated to strabismus surgery. METHODS: Between May 2002 and October 2016, this retrospective...
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Strabismus Surgical Outcomes in Patients with Tonic and Accommodative Convergence Excess Esotropia

Lee M, Han SH, Han J

PURPOSE: To investigate the surgical outcomes of augmented bilateral medial rectus (BMR) recession in patients with low accommodative convergence/accommodation (AC/A) ratio tonic convergence excess esotropia (ET) compared to high AC/A...
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Periosteal Fixation Applied to Patients with Large-angle Paralytic Strabismus

Eom HD, Kwon YK, Son BJ, Chun BY

PURPOSE: To evaluate the effect of periosteal fixation in patients with large-angle paralytic strabismus that was not corrected through conventional strabismus surgery. METHODS: Four eyes of three patients with large-angle paralytic...
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Effects of Corneal Toxicity and Conjunctival Injection of Preservative-free 0.1% Fluorometholone after Pediatric Strabismus Surgery

Kim SY, Chun BY

PURPOSE: To compare the degrees of conjunctival injection and corneal toxicity between preservative and preservative-free topical 0.1% fluorometholone after strabismus surgery. METHODS: A randomized, prospective clinical study was performed to compare...
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Comparison of Intraocular Pressure via Goldmann-applanation Tonometry and TonoPen in Thyroid-associated Ophthalmopathy Accompanying Restrictive Strabismus

Kim JS, Lee EJ, Kim N

PURPOSE: To compare the intraocular pressure (IOP) measured using Goldmann-applanation tonometry (GAT) and Tonopen® tonometry and to evaluate the factors influencing the measurement difference in patients with thyroid-associated ophthalmopathy (TAO)-related...
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Clinical Features of Acquired Paralytic Strabismus

Shin JS, Kim JT, Yum HR

PURPOSE: The purpose of our study was to evaluate the cause of acquired third, fourth, and sixth nerve palsy while also establishing recovery rates and important factors for recovery. METHODS: A...
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Two Cases of Strabismus Surgery in Myotonic Dystrophy

Kim S, Park MR

PURPOSE: We report two cases of strabismus on myotonic dystrophy treated with a surgical procedure. CASE SUMMARY: A 49-year-old female with myotonic dystrophy presented with exotropia above 50 prism diopters and...
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Clinical Features of Strabismus in Patients with Unilateral Pediatric Cataract

Hwang SS, Lee SJ

PURPOSE: The incidence rate and clinical features of strabismus and factors affecting onset of strabismus were evaluated in patients with unilateral pediatric cataract. METHODS: A total of 42 patients who underwent...
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Clinical Features of Patients over the Age of 60 Years Who Have Undergone Strabismus Surgery

Yi R, Park SH, Shin SY

PURPOSE: In recent years, there has been an increase in the number of strabismus operations performed on patients aged 60 years and over. This study aims to establish the characteristics...
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A Valid Indication and the Effect of Bilateral Inferior Oblique Transposition on Recurrent or Consecutive Horizontal Deviation in Infantile Strabismus

Ha SG, Na GH, Kim SH

PURPOSE: To evaluate the effects of bilateral inferior oblique transposition (BIOT) on horizontal deviation from primary position among patients with bilateral dissociated vertical deviation (DVD) associated with inferior oblique overaction...
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An Epidemiologic Survey of Strabismus and Nystagmus in South Korea: KNHANES V

Lee JE, Kim CZ, Nam KY, Lee SU, Lee SJ

PURPOSE: Strabismus affects any age and represents various functional or non-functional eye problems. This population-based study was conducted to determine the prevalence of strabismus and nystagmus in South Korea according...
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Effects of Providing Animated Information on Anxiety and the Nursing Satisfaction of Children who have Received Strabismus Surgery and their Guardians

Hong SH, Jung HM

PURPOSE: This study was designed to test the effects of providing animated information on preoperative anxiety and postoperative nursing satisfaction of children who had received strabismus surgery as well as...
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Surgical Management of Superior Oblique Muscle Palsy in Hypertropia 16 Prism Diopters or More

Kim DW, Han J, Han SY, Han SH, Lee JB

PURPOSE: Isolated inferior oblique weakening procedure is an effective treatment for patients with superior oblique muscle palsy who had up to 15 prism diopters (PD) of vertical deviation in the...
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