Ocular motility disturbances following cosmetic blepharoplasty

R D Harley, L B Nelson, J C Flanagan, J H Calhoun
Archives of Ophthalmology 1986, 104 (4): 542-4
Five patients developed diplopia following cosmetic blepharoplasty. While temporary diplopia and visual disturbances are known to occur following this type of surgery, the persistence of diplopia with demonstrable muscle imbalance is not common. We encountered ocular motility complications involving the inferior or oblique muscle, inferior rectus muscle, and superior oblique tendon.

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