Brown’s Syndrome, Current Concepts and a Clinical Review of Twenty Cases
Katrina Bourne, DipAppSc(Cumb), DOBA
Twenty cases of Brown’s syndrome (two of which were acquired) who presented too the Eye Clinic at The Children’s Hospital during a 12 month period from 1987 to 1988 are reviewed. The findings, which are similar to other published studies of the condition, show that the syndrome is generally a benign entity with a comparatively low incidence of strabismus and amblyopia. However, the examiner must be alert to the possibility of associated general and ocular conditions.