Mr James Hsuan is a consultant ophthalmologist with a sub-specialty practice in oculoplastic and orbital surgery.  He has worked at Aintree University Hospital, Liverpool since 2005, prior to which he completed oculoplastic and orbital surgery fellowships in Bristol and Adelaide. He has a particular interest in reconstructive surgery of the periocular region and also works closely with maxillo-facial, ENT and neurosurgical colleagues at Aintree and the Walton Centre.

JOURNAL REVIEWED: Ophthalmic Plastic & Reconstructive Surgery – Jun 2014 (ongoing)

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Delayed improvement in Muller’s muscle ptosis surgery

This is a retrospective review of patients undergoing ptosis surgery. The authors had noticed anecdotally that although a posterior approach Muller’s muscle and conjunctival resection (MMCR) appeared to achieve similar results to an anterior approach levator resection (ALR) in the...


Orbital filler for enophthalmos in Parry-Romberg syndrome

This is a retrospective review of three patients with enophthalmos in sighted eyes secondary to Parry-Romberg syndrome. The patients were all female, aged between 24 and 54. All three patients had 4mm of relative enophthalmos prior to treatment. They each...


Fixed or variable Muller’s muscle resection

This is a retrospective analysis of 60 patients who underwent posterior approach ptosis surgery utilising a Muller’s muscle resection. The study compares those who underwent a fixed resection length of 7mm of Muller’s muscle with those having a variable resection...