Response Rate to O
Response Rate to One-step Operation of Exotropia with over Sixty Prism Diopters of Deviation at Imam
Khomeini Hospital, Urmia
Naser Samadi Aidenloo1, Qader Motarjemizadeh1*, Arash Alivand2
1Department of ophthalmology, Urmia University of Medical Sciences, Urmia, Iran
2Department of ophthalmology, Ahvaz Jundishapur University of Medical Sciences, Ahvaz, Iran
*Corresponding Author: Dr.firstname.lastname@example.org
Abstract: Information about the results of strabismus surgery conducted in accredited domestic educational and medicalcenters can result in knowing medical status of strabismus surgery in the country. The present study was aimed at specifyingthe results of exotropia surgery with over 60 prism diopters of deviation. Method: The present study is a descriptive-retrospective study that was conducted over two years (2007-2008) at Imam Khomeini Hospital, Orumia. Randomsampling was utilized. The study consisted of forty patients who were diagnosed with symptoms of over-60 prism diopterhorizontal ocular deviation of exotropia and underwent surgery. Findings: In the present study, 40 patients with exotropic deviation of over 60 prism diopters and with a mean age of 25.27±11.89 received resection and recession(R&R). Twenty-four patients (60%) were male and 16 (40%) were female. The operation was conducted on the right eye andthe left one for thirteen (32.5%) and 7 (17.5%) patients, respectively. However, alternative exotropia was conducted for 20patients (50%). Conclusion: Generally, the results of exotropia resection and recession surgery at Imam Khomeini Hospitalof Orumia has been acceptable and satisfactory. However, selecting patients for operation plays an important role inreaching better results after the operation.
[Naser Samadi Aidenloo, Qader Motarjemizadeh, Arash Alivand. Response Rate to One-step Operation of
Exotropia with over Sixty Prism Diopters of Deviation at Imam Khomeini Hospital, Urmia. Life Sci J
2013;10(7s):586-588] (ISSN:1097-8135). http://www.lifesciencesite.com. 93
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