ⓘ Minimally invasive strabismus surgery

                                     

ⓘ Minimally invasive strabismus surgery

Minimally invasive strabismus surgery is a technique in strabismus surgery that uses smaller incisions than the classical surgical approach to correct the condition, thus minimizing tissue disruption. The technique was basically introduced by Swiss ophthalmologist Daniel Mojon around 2007, after the Belgian ophthalmologist Marc Gobin described the idea in 1994 in a French-language textbook.

                                     
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  • parties. Specialized in treating strabismus since the 1990s, Mojon developed minimally invasive strabismus surgery MISS as an alternative to conventional
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