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Title: Adie's syndrome as a cause of amblyopia
Authors: Agbeja, A. M
Dutton, M. D.
Issue Date: 1987
Publisher: Slack Incorporated, Medical Publisher, New Jersey
Abstract: Adie's syndrome comprises a tonic pupil, which may be associated with impairment of accommodation, in the presence of diminished or absent deep tendon reflexes. We report a case of a 4-year-old boy with Adie's syndrome in which latent hypermetropia was made manifest by accommodative paresis and resulted in reversible amblyopia
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