Personal experience with consecutive exotropia

Krstulović, S.; Grgić, R.; Lakos-Krzelj, V.

Lijecnicki Vjesnik 112(7-8): 228-230

1990


ISSN/ISBN: 0024-3477
PMID: 2292896
Document Number: 366944
This article presents a detailed analysis of sensor and surgical exotropias. Of the 669 operated esotropias 20 patients (2.98%) had surgical consecutive exotropia. Of the 1264 esotropias treated conservatively throughout several years, 7 patients (0.55%) showed sensor consecutive exodeviation. In both groups exotropia appeared in more than 60% of children after the age of 10 years. In 45% of the cases, surgical exodeviation appeared within 6 months of surgical treatment what suggests a wrong estimation of the situation. In the age from 2 to 5 years, 75% of the children were surgically treated. In 65% of the operated patients, several factors were present at the same time, such as amblyopia, anisometropia and vertical component.

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