1. Can Imaging of Temporal Raphe Orientation with fundusphotos or SD-OCT be helpful for the Assessment of Ocular Torsion in Patients with Cranial Nerve Four Paresis?

    Can Imaging of Temporal Raphe Orientation with fundusphotos or SD-OCT be helpful for the Assessment of Ocular Torsion in Patients with Cranial Nerve Four Paresis?

    Strabismic deviations can be horizontal, vertical, cyclorotational, or a combination of all three. Previous literature has established the difference between subjective and traditional objective torsional angles; however, often there is a failure to consider the physiological position of a normal fovea-optic nerve head (ONH) relationship. Using the temporal raphe (TR) orientation has been suggested as a solution for this discrepancy. The current study, approved by IWK Health Center research ethics board was created to assess the viability of using the TR in assessment of ocular torsion as well as investigate the effect of the physiological position of the fundus. Subjective ...

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