MCQ – 87805


 A 5-year-old girl is referred by her pediatrician for evaluation of esotropia. Ophthalmologic examination reveals esotropia in the primary position with markedly limited abduction of the left eye, although there is minimal restriction of adduction of the left eye and lid fissure narrowing on attempted adduction. Right ocular motility and fissure height are normal.  This case most likely represents which one of the following syndromes? 

A. Duane’s retraction syndrome (DRS) type I

DRS type II


DRS type III


Brown syndrome

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