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... similar to those with constant exotropia, intermittent exotropia, or convergence insufficiency. The likelihood was 2.6 times ... Types include esotropia, where the eyes are crossed ("cross eyed"); exotropia, where the eyes diverge ("lazy eyed" or "wall ... Plotnik JL, Bartiss MJ (October 13, 2015). "A-Pattern Esotropia and Exotropia". Medscape. Archived from the original on ... particularly those with exotropia-an outward turn-may be more likely to develop a mental health disorder than normal-sighted ...
The eye will be displaced outward "exotropia" and displaced downward "hypotropia"; outward because the lateral rectus ( ...
Yurdakul NS, Ugurlu S (2013). "Analysis of risk factors for consecutive exotropia and review of the literature". Journal of ... anisometropia may be one of the risk factors for developing consecutive exotropia and poor binocular function may be a risk ...
Exotropia is reported as having low correlation and high significance as well. It can be caused by perinatal hypoxia. ...
For an abnormal result, based on where the light lands on the cornea, the examiner can detect if there is an exotropia ( ... A cover test can tell you the extent of the eso/exotropia. Individuals can suffer from several tropias at once. In Graves ... In exotropia the light lands on the medial aspect of the cornea. In esotropia the light lands on the lateral aspect of the ...
Unlike exotropia, fusion is possible in this condition, causing diplopia to be uncommon. Exophoria is particularly common in ... The axis deviation in exophoria is usually mild compared with that of exotropia. Exophoria can be caused by several factors, ...
... success rates are higher for treating postoperative esotropia than for treating postoperative exotropia. It has also been ...
Zhang KK, Koklanis K, Georgievski Z (2007). "Intermittent exotropia: A review of the natural history and non-surgical treatment ... such as intermittent exotropia) and convergence insufficiency, the consensus among ophthalmologists, orthoptists and ... Fusional amplitude training is also designed to alleviate intermittent exotropia and other less common forms of strabismus. ...
Limited adduction with or without exotropia Type III: Limitation of both abduction and adduction and any form of horizontal ... Strabismus Strabismus surgery Pediatric ophthalmology Exotropia Esotropia RESERVED, INSERM US14-- ALL RIGHTS. "Orphanet: Duane ...
N. Pellanda, D. S. Mojon: Combined horizontal rectus muscle minimally invasive strabismus surgery for exotropia. In: Can J ...
"Bilateral lateral rectus recession versus unilateral recession resection for basic intermittent exotropia: a meta-analysis". ... of bilateral lateral rectus recession and unilateral recession/resection of the later/medial recti for intermittent exotropia. ...
It is the opposite of exotropia and usually involves more severe axis deviation than esophoria. Esotropia is sometimes ... or following overcorrection of an initial exotropia in which case they are described as being "consecutive". The vast majority ...
... particularly infantile esotropia and exotropia. Because true hyperinnervation is not usually present, this phenomenon is better ...
Field expansion for homonymous hemianopia by optically induced peripheral exotropia. Optom Vis Sci 2000; 77:453-464. Prism ...
Because of poor health (he claimed that his poor eyesight and exotropia affected his balance) Sartre was released in April 1941 ... sensory exotropia). As a teenager in the 1920s, Sartre became attracted to philosophy upon reading Henri Bergson's essay Time ...
... exotropia, and esotropia. Those with MFS are also at a high risk for early glaucoma and early cataracts. The most serious signs ...
Atypical Gillespie syndrome associated with bilateral ptosis, exotropia, correctopia, iris hypoplasia, anterior capsular lens ...
The eyes were at an angle consistent with intermittent exotropia (deviated outward) which can alter the perception of people ...
Recurrence of intermittent exotropia: Factors associated with surgical outcomes. Clinical and Experimental Ophthalmology 2008; ...
Some overcorrections, such as exotropia (eyes deviated outward) following treatment for infantile esotropia, usually lead to ...
Because of poor health (he claimed that his poor eyesight and exotropia affected his balance) Sartre was released in April 1941 ...
... exotropia, or divergent strabismus; the usage of lazy eye generally refers to amblyopia). In 2004 he contributed to the Garden ...
The most common strabismus finding is large angle exotropia which can be treated by maximal bilateral eye surgery, but due to ...
... was fixing left and has a twelve prism dioptre exotropia in the distance. At near they have a larger exotropic deviation ...
Exotropia - the tendency for eyes to look outward H52 Disorders of refraction and accommodation (H52.0) Hypermetropia ( ...
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... or exotropia (outward). In such a case while the fovea of one eye is directed at the object of regard, the fovea of the other ...