When Patching Therapy Failed to Improve Exotropia and Amblyopia: Considerations and Differential Diagnoses.

Title When Patching Therapy Failed to Improve Exotropia and Amblyopia: Considerations and Differential Diagnoses.
Author, Co-Author Jolyn Wei
Topic
Year
2012
Day
Friday
Program Number
GO-18E
Room
Room 122 A-C
Affiliation
Abstract A child diagnosed with exotropia and amblyopia was prescribed patching therapy, which failed to improve visual acuity or strabismus after 3 years of compliant treatment. It was revealed that the child has advanced craniopharyngioma, and now has a complete left CN III palsy after tumor resection.
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