Twelve consecutive cases are reviewed of unilateral hypotropia due to various causes. In most of them the presenting complaint was of ipsilateral blepharoptosis. Some patients had undergone previous ineffective surgery. The surgical techniques employed and the results obtained are discussed, with emphasis on the necessity to test for inferior rectus restriction. Some interesting sensory results are also noted.
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