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Table 1 Demographics, pre and postoperative clinical data in both groups

From: Augmented superior rectus muscle transposition in management of defective ocular abduction

Item Six nerve palsy(n:10) Esotropic DRS(n:11)
Age, mean, range, years 36.7 (8–64) 7.1 (4–12)
Sex
 male 7 2
 female 3 9
Follow up, mean (range) 6.4 months (4–10) 6.7 months (3–11)
Combined MRc, mean (no. of cases) 4.8 mm (9 cases) 4.7 mm (10 cases)
Preoperative esotropia, mean (range) 40.5 PD (25–60) 28.6 PD (20–40)
Postoperative deviation, mean (range) 6.7 PD ET (6XT-15ET) 2.5XT (25XT-8ET)
Improved esotropia, mean (range) 33.8 PD (17–52) 31.1 PD (12–60)
Preoperative AHP, mean (range) 31° (20–45) 28.1° (15–50)
Postoperative AHP, mean (range) 4.5° (0–10) −0.45° (5 to − 15)
Improved AHP, mean (range) 26.5° (20–35) 28.6 ° (15–50)
Preoperative abduction deficit, mean (range) −4.2 (− 3.5 to − 5) −3.09 (− 2 to − 4)
Postoperative abduction deficit, mean (range) −1.5 (− 0.5 to − 3) − 1.09 (0 to − 2)
Improved abduction deficit, mean (range) 2.6 (2–3) 2 (1–2.5)
Preoperative adduction, mean (range) 0.5 (0 to 1) 0
Postoperative adduction, mean (range) −0.2 (− 1 to 0) − 0.45 (− 1 to 0)
Induced adduction deficit, mean (rang) 0.7 (0–2) 0.4 (0–1)
Induced vertical deviation, number 4 3
Preoperative binocular vision, no., (%)
 Fusion 2/9 (22%) 4/7 (57%)
 Stereopsis ≥3000 arcsc 1/9 (11%) 3/7 (42%)
Postoperative binocular vision, no. (%)
 Fusion 5/9 (55%) 6/7 (85%)
 Stereopsis ≥3000 arcsc 3/9 (33%) 5/7 (71%)
  1. MRc medial rectus recession, AHP abnormal head posture, PD prism diopter, arcsc arc second
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