2018
DOI: 10.1016/j.optom.2017.04.002
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Orbital magnetic resonance imaging is useful in age-related distance esotropia

Abstract: PurposeTo describe findings for orbital magnetic resonance imaging (MRI) in patients with age-related distance esotropia (ARDE).MethodsWe compared 31 orbital MRI from patients with ARDE (77 ± 7 SD years) with 2 control groups: 32 orbits from individuals aged 18–50 years (33 ± 8 SD years) and 16 orbits from individuals aged >60 years (77 ± 7 SD years). MRI scans were acquired using 3D fast field echo in T1 sequence without fat saturation. Exclusion criteria for all groups were neurological or thyroid disease an… Show more

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“…To clarify this, we plan to recruit more ACE patients in the future studies. Then magnetic resonance imaging is not performed to look for pulley heterotopia or other signs of sagging eye syndrome, which is advocated by many researchers [ 23 ]. However, all patients in our study were young and possible neurological diseases were ruled out by neurologist.…”
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confidence: 99%
“…To clarify this, we plan to recruit more ACE patients in the future studies. Then magnetic resonance imaging is not performed to look for pulley heterotopia or other signs of sagging eye syndrome, which is advocated by many researchers [ 23 ]. However, all patients in our study were young and possible neurological diseases were ruled out by neurologist.…”
Section: Discussionmentioning
confidence: 99%