Surgical management of WEBINO syndrome following pineal gland lesion removal
WEBINO (walled-eyes bilateral internuclear ophthalmolplegia) is a rare clinical syndrome of exotropia with bilateral INO associated with the loss of fusional vergence. It is usually caused by demyelination or ischaemic damage to the medial longitudinal fasciculus and medial rectus subnucleus of the oculomotor nerve,1 hence spontaneous improvement is common. We report our experience in a persistent case following pineal tumour removal.
- Opthalmology