Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology

Journal of Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology
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ISSN: 2155-9570

Sachin Daigavane

  • Research Article
    Intermittent Exotropia: Our Experience in Surgical Outcomes
    Author(s): Piyush Ashok Madan and Sachin DaigavanePiyush Ashok Madan and Sachin Daigavane

    Introduction: Exotropia is ocular misalignment with outward deviation of eyes. Exodeviation is about 25% of all deviations. Incidence is about 32.1/1,00,000 under 19 years of age. Exotropia can be divided into comittant or incomittant. Aim: To compare the surgical outcomes of unilateral recession resection versus bilateral recession in intermittent exotropia. Methodology: Inclusion criteria: Patients age >5 years, Exotropia between 25-45 Prism Diopters. Exclusion criteria: Vertical squint, Paralytic squint, Previous history of squint surgery, Ocular diseases corneal, lenticular and fundal pathology, Patient not willing for surgery, not coming for follow up. After complete examination randomized age group were selected and were grouped in two groups. Group A underwent unilateral lateral rectus r.. Read More»
    DOI: 10.4172/2155-9570.1000722

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