Strabismus surgery

What is Strabismus surgery?

Strabismus surgery loosens or tightens eye muscles, which changes the alignment of the eyes relative to each other. Strabismus surgery involves sewing the eye muscle to the wall of the eye after altering the insertion position and/or the length of the muscle.

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i just had a strabismus surgery It is now day 4, my eye appears to have been overcorrected Is it very likely that I'll need a second...

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Alignment is assessed after 8 weeks of surgery.

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Hi., I had strabismus surgery on August 20th, approx. 4 weeks ago. I am still having pressure type pains in the right eye (stitches are visible)...

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DEPENDS ON THE AGE AND OMMUNITY AND MEDICINES USED IN SURGERY PREOPERATIVE DURING AND POST OPERATIVELY
SOME OLD SALTS GO AND NEW COMES ANDIMMUNITY...

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please could you advise if the following is our best way forward
XXXXXXX aged 6
Her condition - Accommodative Esotropia can be controlled (not...

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Conservative management

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