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2009 Series -  October 13, 2009 Lecture 12 of 52  NEXT»

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This child is 6 months old and is healthy. The only problem that the parents notice is that the left upper lid is lower and “droops”.

1. Which of the following tests would be appropriate for this child?

a. cycloplegic retinoscopy
b. evaluation of ocular motility
c. testing of Bell’s
d. levator function with the effect of brow contraction on the lid height blocked
e. all of the above

2. The timing of treatment is based on?

a. effect of head posture on motor development
b. concern for amblyopia
c. social pressure
d. levator development
e. (a) and (b)

3. The treatment for this condition could be:
a. levator resection
b. frontalis suspension of the lid
c. crutch glasses
d. neosynepherine drops
e. (a) or (b)

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