Evaluation of three superior oblique surgical weakening procedures for A-pattern strabismus

Conclusion: All three superior oblique weakening procedures were effective for correcting A-pattern strabismus and fundus intorsion.RESUMO Objetivo: Avaliar tr ês procedimentos de debilitamento dos músculos oblíquos superiores para a correção de estrabismo com padrão em A: tenectomia, sutura em rédea (hang-back recession) e o uso de espaçadores de sutura oblíqua superior. Métodos: Os critérios de inclusão foram estrabismo padrão em A ≥ 10 Δ e desvio horizontal ≥ 10 Δ , sem outras anormalidades oculares e tempo de acompanhamento ≥ 6 meses. Os 24 pacientes (m édia de idade de 16,3 ± 8,1 anos; média de seguimento pós-operatório de 9,63 ± 3,11 meses) foram divididos aleatoriamente em três grupos de 8 pacientes cada. O programa Sigmascan® Pro 5.0 foi utilizado para medir o grau de torção no pré e pós-operatório. Resultados: No pré-operatório , a média e o desvio padrão dos ângulos de padrão em A foram de 19,33 Δ ° ± 3,53 Δ ° (grupo da tenectomia), 15,71 Δ ° ± 1,11 Δ ° (grupo da sutura em rédea), 14,62 Δ ° ± 1,18 Δ ° (grupo de espaçadores de sutura); esses valores não diferiram significativamente. No exame pós-operatório, a mé...
Source: Arquivos Brasileiros de Oftalmologia - Category: Opthalmology Source Type: research

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