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Complications of Strabismus Surgery


, : Complications of Strabismus Surgery. Middle East African Journal of Ophthalmology 22(3): 271-278

All surgeries carry risks of complications, and there is no way to avoid ever having a complication. Strabismus surgery is no different in this regard. There are methods to reduce the risk of a complication during or after surgery, and these steps should always be taken. When a complication occurs, it is important to first recognize it and then manage it appropriately to allow for the best outcome possible. This article will discuss some of the more common and/or most devastating complications that can occur during or after strabismus surgery as well as thoughts on how to avoid them and manage them should they happen.

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PMID: 26180463

DOI: 10.4103/0974-9233.159692


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