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MCV/Q, Medical College of Virginia Quarterly
Certain selected cases of hypertropia can be permanently corrected with identical prisms placed base up over each eye. A child was first successfully treated by this method more than 14 years ago, and the excellent long-term outcome in her case, as well as generally encouraging results in a series of over 100 subsequent patients, suggest that in suitable cases the double vertical prism may be a useful addition to the methods available for the treatment of hypertropia.
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