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  • Prevalence of gingival recession after orthodontic treatment of infraversion and open bite. [Journal Article]
    J Orofac Orthop 2019; 80(1):1-8Ji JJ, Li XD, … Shen Y
  • CONCLUSIONS: Patients with these two types of low occlusal function are more likely to exhibit gingival recession after orthodontic treatment. Moreover, the prevalence of gingival recession after orthodontic treatment is higher among patients who have undergone tooth extraction during orthodontic treatment, and among those who exhibit thin gingival biotype and high gingival index before orthodontic treatment.
  • Indications and outcome of vertical rectus partial recessions. [Journal Article]
    Arch Soc Esp Oftalmol 2018; 93(8):381-385Merino Sanz P, Finianos Mansour SY, … Lourenço da Saude JD
  • CONCLUSIONS: Partial SR or IR recessions obtained good results in most of the cases with small angle vertical strabismus and diplopia. Although post-operative torsion or modification of the pre-operative torsion was not observed, a prior study should be made of torsion.
  • Chemosis as complication in transconjunctival approach for orbital trauma. [Case Reports]
    J Korean Assoc Oral Maxillofac Surg 2017; 43(1):42-45Olate S, Palmieri C, de Moraes M
  • The aim of this report was to discuss a complication resulting from a transconjunctival approach to treating an orbital fracture. A 30-year-old male patient presented with a fracture to the zygomatic orbital complex. He was treated with transconjunctival conventional surgical treatment. Two days after surgical treatment, the patient presented with secondary chemosis which was initially slight and…
  • Superior oblique extraocular muscle shape in superior oblique palsy. [Journal Article]
    Am J Ophthalmol 2015; 159(6):1169-1179.e2Shin SY, Demer JL
  • CONCLUSIONS: Characteristic differences in shape of the palsied SO belly correlate with different clinical features, and may reflect both the degree of differential pathology in the medial vs lateral neuromuscular SO compartments and the basis for diversity in patterns of resulting hypertropia.
  • Changes of ocular version with aging in normal Korean population. [Journal Article]
    J Korean Med Sci 2009; 24(4):708-14Kang NY
  • The purpose of this study is to estimate normative values of maximum versions in healthy Koreans and investigate age-associated changes in eye movement, using lateral and vertical version light-reflex (LVR) test. Two hundred forty normal healthy subjects whose corrected visual acuity was better than 20/50 in both eyes, from 4 to 79 yr old (30 subjects in each decade) were studied. Maximum sustain…
  • [The one and a half vertical syndrome as the only evidence of bilateral thalamo-subthalamic infarction]. [Case Reports]
    Rev Neurol 1998; 27(155):77-9Castro M, Egido JA, … Andrés MT
  • CONCLUSIONS: Both unilateral and bilateral mesencephalodiencephalic infarcts usually present clinically as disorders of consciousness and of conduct (the almost universal form of presentation), involvement of the pyramidal tract, the third cranial nerves and a supranuclear disorder of vertical gaze. The unusual feature of the case we present is a bilateral thalamo-subthalamic infarct which presented solely as a one and a half vertical syndrome with no clinically apparent effect on anatomically adjacent structures. We have not found any similar cases in the literature.
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