A 9-year-old boy with systemic juvenile chronic arthritis and Brown's syndrome (limitation of elevation of the adducted eye due to limitation of movement of the superior oblique tendon) is described. The resolution in association with steroid treatment suggested a transient tenonsynovitis involving the superior oblique tendon as the cause.
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