Some cases of fourth nerve palsy manage to maintain binocular single vision in the primary position, but are likely to have a hyperphoria in the affected eye.
What does H stand for?
H stands for Hyperphoria (condition of one eye being higher than the other)
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A third type of muscle imbalance is called a hyperphoria or vertical-muscle imbalance, which is more subtle but can cause the same effects.
Five patients had vertical hyperphoria of small to moderate amounts (0-2 PD).