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Unexplained head tilt following surgical treatment of congenital esotropia: a postural manifestation of dissociated vertical divergence
  1. Correspondence to: Dr M C Brodsky Arkansas Children’s Hospital, 800 Marshall, Little Rock, Arkansas 72202, USA; brodskymichaelcuams.edu
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Brodsky MC, Jenkins R, Nucci P
Unexplained head tilt following surgical treatment of congenital esotropia: a postural manifestation of dissociated vertical divergence

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  • Accepted 17 June 2003
  • Published in print 1 February 2004.
  • Published online 21 January 2004.
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