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Paralytic strabismus
 

Paralytic strabismus

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  • The condition in which the patient sees not much and the practitioner nothing at all… ! It is always (or almost always) associated with strab, aniso or form deprivation in early life. Diagnosed when there reduced letter acuity, absence of pathology and when any ametropia is corrected. The results of pyschophysical studies & electrophysiological investigations suggest little primary retinal or LGN abnormality. Instead, the most profound effects of the amblyopic process are found in the striate cortex.

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