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Minerva Pediatrica 2015 Sep 09

language: English

Effect of frontal muscle aponeurosis flap suspension surgery for severe congenital ptosis in children

Zhang D., Guo B., Cai W.

Department of Ophthalmology, Xuzhou Chlidren’s Hospital, Xuzhou 221000, Jiangsu, P. R. China


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OBJECTIVE: To investigate the effect of frontal muscle aponeurosis flap suspension surgery for severe congenital ptosis in children.
METHODS: Recent results of 30 cases (45 eyes) of children with severe congenital ptosis were evaluated and follow-up observation was conducted.
RESULTS: One week after the surgery, the success rate was 97.7% and it was 95.5% after three months.
CONCLUSION: The suspension of frontal muscle aponeurosis should be the first choice for children with severe congenital ptosis for its simplicity, safety and fewer complications.

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