what is treatment for superior oblique palsy?

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Superior oblique palsy is also known as fourth nerve palsy. It's a condition where one of the four nerves that control an action of the eye is damaged. It usually occurs in one eye and can impact both adults and children leaving them with double vision and a resulting head tilt to try and correct it. Treatment depends on the cause but often involves specialized glasses or eye muscle surgery if the condition doesn't resolve itself. ...Read More