Patient selection important for successful Müller’s muscle-conjunctival resection

WAILEA, Hawaii — Proper patient selection is key for success during Müller’s muscle-conjunctival resection, or MMCR, according to a speaker here.
“MMCR is a great procedure if the patient has a positive neosynephrine test, good levator function, and they don’t have any conjunctival or corneal issues,” Andrew R. Harrison, MD, said during a presentation at Hawaiian Eye/Retina 2024.
Assessing levator function is essential when determining whether or not to perform MMCR.
“We’re really not measuring the levator function per se — we’re measuring the

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