Prominent publications by Mojan Musazadeh

KOL Index score: 3944

The authors present a case with a presumed neurologic cause of late onset esotropia. The first symptom was sudden occurrence of esotropia at the age of 3 3/4 years. An accommodative esotropia could be ruled out after the prescription of glasses. The squint angle showed significant variations at distance and near fixation. Eight months after the first examination intense headache appeared. The neuroophthalmologic examination and organic findings were inconspicuous, except for smooth ...

Known for Cerebellar Tumor |  Onset Esotropia |  Eye Muscle Surgery |  Oculomotor Muscles |  Imaging Male


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onset esotropia #67

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Mojan Musazadeh:Expert Impact

Concepts for whichMojan Musazadehhas direct influence:Cerebellar tumor,  Onset esotropia,  Eye muscle surgery,  Oculomotor muscles,  Male neurosurgical,  Esotropia eye,  Procedures oculomotor,  Preschool esotropia.

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Concepts related to the work of other authors for whichfor which Mojan Musazadeh has influence:Comitant esotropia,  Excessive smartphone,  Cerebellar dysfunction,  Posterior fossa tumors,  Stereoscopic vision,  Patients aace,  Abduction deficit.



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Department of Strabismus and Neuro-ophthalmology, University Eye Hospital, RWTH Aachen, Germany.

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