Medical Definition of Vertical retraction syndrome

1. A retraction of the globe and pseudoptosis on attempted adduction; due to co-innervation of the horizontal recti. Sometimes there is an inability to abduct the affected eye (type 1), or adduct the affected eye (type 2), or both (type 3). Synonym: Duane's syndrome. (05 Mar 2000)

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