I performed a surgery in the left eye called a split vertical rectus transposition procedure where I augmented the force of the paralyzed lateral rectus muscle by shifting two vertical rectus muscles to the insertion of the lateral; rectus muscle after splitting them into half. In addition, I had to put two special sutures called the Foster sutures to ensure proper direction of force of the split vertical rectus muscles. I also weakened the left medial rectus muscle by a recesssion procedure. After the squint surgery, the eyes became straight and the squint disappeared. Surprisingly, there was some improvement in the eye movements and gaze palsy also.
Now after 2 years of her surgery, she does not suffer from double vision and the squint is completely corrected. She tells me that she really enjoys playing with her 2.5 year old daughter and is happy her eye problem is over.