Combination of plagiocephaly (unilateral coronal sutures stenosi) strabismus (particularly dissociation of conjugate movements), and torticollis. Prevalent in females.
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Ophthalmic aspects of craniosynostosis.
Transactions of the Ophthalmological Societies of the United Kingdom, 1974, 94: 172-196.
- W. D. Schäfer, N. Sorenson:
Motilitätsstörungen bei Koronarnaht-Synostosen.
Meeting of Berufsverband Augenärzte Wiesbaden, Germany, 1979.
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Plagiocephaly causing superior oblique deficiency and ocular torticollis: A new clinical entity.
Archives of Ophthalmology, Chicago, 1982, 100: 1093-1096.
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