Duane's syndrome

Duane's syndrome

Etymology: Alexander Duane, American ophthalmologist, 1858-1926
an autosomal-dominant syndrome in which the affected eye shows limitation or absence of abduction, restriction of adduction, retraction of the globe on adduction, narrowing of the palpebral fissure on adduction and widening on abduction, and deficient convergence. It can be either unilateral or bilateral. It is caused by abnormal innervation of the third and sixth cranial nerves.

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Three patients had nystagmus, 2 each had Duane's syndrome, congenital coloboma of choroid and iris and CPEO with 1.
Grade Special needs (all ages) Grades 1-3 Number of 7 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, coloboma, Progressive high CVI, CHARGE syndrome, myopia, Goldenhar syndrome, nystagmus Duane's syndrome Grade Grades 4-5 Grades 6-8 Grades 9-12 Number of 2 1 0 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome, Usher syndrome strabismus, astigmatism Work-readiness Grade program Number of 1 students Diagnosis Usher syndrome CVI = cortical visual impairment.
Three-year-old Rumaysa, from Gaza, suffers from Duane's Syndrome, a rare congenital eye movement disorder.
Duane's syndrome is a rare congenital disorder most commonly characterised by the inability of the eye to move outwards.
Dr Clare Roberts, Consultant Paediatric Ophthalmologist and Specialist in Strabismus at Moorfields Eye Hospital Dubai, will conduct Rumaysa's surgery: "Rumaysa's Duane's syndrome causes her eyes to be misaligned and for her eyes and eyelids to move abnormally.
DISCUSSION: Duane's syndrome is a congenital and non-progressive strabismus syndrome.
Huber has classified Duane's syndrome in to three types.