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diseases of the adnexa

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Bilateral ptosis is not seen in: Marfan's syndrome Myaesthenia ...

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ophthalmology

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enetic Syndrome By Suzanne B, 3rd Edition, Page 509 ; Clinical Ophthalmology By Kanski, 3rd Edition, Page 493 and 4th Edition, Page 180-1, 376-77 3. Comprehensive Ophthalmol

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2013-11-13 11:07:43
Bilateral ptosis not seen in: Marfan's syndrome Myaesthenia gravisMyotonic dystrophyKearns sayre syndrome Ptosis does not occurMarfans syndrome Ref: ManagementGenetic Syndrome Suzanne 3rd Edition Page 509 Clinical Ophthalmology Kanski 3rd Edition Page 493 and 4th Edition Page 180-1 376-77 Comprehensive Ophthalmology ByK Khurana 4th Edition Page 202
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