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  Indian J Med Microbiol
 

Figure 2 :Ocular versions in Patient 1. There is restricted action of multiple extraocular muscles, with complete lack of vertical eye movements, relatively better horizontal movements, downshoot of the right eye in adduction, and limited abduction of the left eye. The non-absorbable sutures used for frontalis suspension are clearly visible in both eyelids

Figure 2 :Ocular versions in Patient 1. There is restricted action of multiple extraocular muscles, with complete lack of vertical eye movements, relatively better horizontal movements, downshoot of the right eye in adduction, and limited abduction of the left eye. The non-absorbable sutures used for frontalis suspension are clearly visible in both eyelids