Horners syndrome is a classic neurologic syndrome with three distinct clinic signs on one side of the face: ptosis (dropping of eyelid), miosis (constriction of pupil) and anhydrosis (no sweating). Horner...
28-years follow up of a case bilateral complete ptosis, treated by total transplantation of superior rectus muscle. The patient can easily close the eye and there never has been a problem with the cornea....
Singh's Muller muscle plication for slight ptosis is the simplest and gentlest surgery of ptosis, which is done through the conjunctival fornix. No tissue is removed and tarsal plate is not involved in...
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