Inferior rectus muscle fibrosis following orbital trauma

G L Rogers, R E Simmons
Journal of Pediatric Ophthalmology and Strabismus 1978, 15 (5): 318-20
Three cases of diployia and restriction of elevation developed several weeks after blunt trauma to the orbit. In no instance was an orbital floor fracture present, and all three cases demonstrated fibrosis and adhesions to the inferior rectus and oblique muscles.


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