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Complications Of Strabismus (Squint) Surgery
 

Undercorrection and overcorrection are the most common "complications" noted after strabismus surgery.
Perforation of the sclera : Perforation of the globe may occur in 0.3% 2.8% of cases [1,2], resulting in endophthalmitis in less than 1:3500 [3,4], and retinal detachment in even fewer cases [1,5].
Lost and slipped muscles
Infection
Postoperative diplopia
Conjunctival granulomas and cysts
Anterior segment ischemia

 
References
1. Awad AH, Mullaney PB, Al-Hazmi A, Al-Turkmani S, Wheeler D, Al-Assaf M, Awan M, Zwaan JT, Al-Mesfer S. Recognized globe perforation during strabismus surgery: incidence, risk factors, and sequelae. J AAPOS 2000; 4: 150-3. 
2. Cibis GW. Incidence of inadvertent perforation in strabismus surgery. Ophthalmic Surg 1992; 23: 360-1. 
3.Knoblauch R, Lorenz A. Ueber ernste Komplicationen nach Schieloperationen. Klin Monatsbl Augenheilkd 1962; 141: 348-52.
4.. Simon JW, Lininger LL, Scheraga JL. Recognized scrleral perforation during eye muscle surgery: incidence and sequelae. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 1992; 29: 273-5.
5.. Noel LP, Bloom JN, Clarke WN, Bawazeer A. Retinal perforation in strabismus surgery. J Pediatr Ophthalmol Strabismus 1997; 34: 115-7.

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