Terminal course of nerve supply to Müller's muscle in the rhesus monkey and its clinical significance

American Journal of Ophthalmology
J R O CollinI Wood


Electron microscopic, histochemical fluorescence, and pharmacologic evidence suggested that, in the rhesus monkey, Müller's muscle was not totally denervated either by cutting the levator palpebrae superioris muscle or by a Fasanella-Servat procedure. We examined the terminal course of the sympathetic nerve supply and the potential for preserving Müller's muscle in blepharoptosis surgery.


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