Harada-Ito procedure


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Ha·ra·da-I·to procedure

(hah-rah'dă ē'tō),
a procedure designed to correct ocular extorsion due to 4th nerve palsy by selectively tightening the anterior fibers of the superior oblique tendon.
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Ha·ra·da-I·to pro·ce·dure

(hah-rah'dah-ē'tō prŏ-sē'jŭr)
A procedure designed to correct ocular extorsion due to fourth nerve palsy by selectively tightening the anterior fibers of the superior oblique tendon.
Medical Dictionary for the Health Professions and Nursing © Farlex 2012
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Modified Harada-Ito procedure in bilateral superior oblique paresis.
The long-term torsion effect of the adjustable Harada-Ito procedure. J AAPOS.