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352 Possible Causes for Amblyopia, Diplopia, Exotropia

  • Strabismus

    Jeffrey Cooper & Rachel Cooper (no relation). 2001-2016 About Exotropia What is Exotropia?[] KEYWORDS: Central fusion disruption; diplopia; horror fusionis; intractable diplopia; strabismus surgery[] amblyopia therapy in children under seven years of age.[]

  • Exotropia

    The Stereo Vision Project is dedicated to providing valuable information about visual health care and binocular vision impairments , such as amblyopia ("lazy eye"), strabismus[] Surgery is also recommended for those who have diplopia and severe asthenopia.[] Amblyopia was not found to be an important characteristic.[]

  • Noncomitant Strabismus

    Syn. exotropia (XOT; XT; exoT). The principal categories are constant exotropia and intermittent exotropia.[] Research of Strabismus, Noncomitant has been linked to Strabismus, Diplopia, Toxoplasmosis, Aneurysm, Neoplasm Metastasis.[] […] the basic underlying principles and supporting science to the diagnosis and management of clinical conditions resulting from abnormal development such as strabismus and amblyopia[]

  • Amblyopia

    […] surgery 17 25 F 105 L exotropia 0.575 0.100 0.100 Foveal Central Patching/surgery 18 40 M 107 R exotropia 0.175 0.000 0.000 Foveal Central Surgery 19 38 M 106 R exotropia[] […] be maintained and diplopia ignored.[] Amblyopia or lazy eye is clinically defined as the inability to see clearly through one eye. Amblyopia is considered the most common visual problem among children.[]

  • Esotropia

    We report here an exception, in which an adult patient developed cyclic exotropia after surgical correction of her acquired cyclic esotropia.[] Diplopia onset occurred between ages 7 and 11. Four of the five children experienced resolution of diplopia with prism glasses.[] […] longitudinal changes of refractive error in children with accommodative esotropia (ET) throughout the first 12 years of life, its dependence on age at onset of ET, and whether amblyopia[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    Stimulus deprivation amblyopia This is the least common form of amblyopia. One eye is prevented from seeing and becomes weaker. Sometimes, both could be affected.[] Figure 1 General approach to diplopia.[] See our detailed pages on exotropia and intermittent exotropia.[]

  • Alternating Exotropia

    378.15 Alternating exotropia 378.16 Alternating exotropia with A pattern 378.17 Alternating exotropia with V pattern 378.18 Alternating exotropia with other noncomitancies[] Will he get diplopia after this? Is it possible for him to get stereoscopic vision?[] “suppress” the image from the esotropic eye, which when allowed to continue untreated will lead to the development of amblyopia.[]

  • Vertical Heterotropia

    She had an apparent right exotropia and hypotropia on Hirschberg and Krimsky but a hypertropia on alternate prism cover test.[] Greater diplopia with eyes to the right and up implicates the right SR or left IO, while worsening of diplopia to the right and down points to the right IR or left SO.[] Untreated essential infantile esotropia: factors affecting the development of amblyopia. Eye 1998;12(Pt 2):167-172. Noorden GK.[]

  • Duane Retraction Syndrome

    Of the 140 patients with Duane retraction syndrome and exotropia, 59 (42%) were male.[] Differentiating Paretic From Restrictive Etiologies of Diplopia Keywords / Main Subjects: Duane’s Syndrome; Duanes Syndrome type 1; Globe retraction; diplopia Diagnosis[] Twenty percent of cases were complicated by absent binocular stereoacuity and 16.9% had amblyopia.[]

  • Exophoria

    Exophoria and Exotropia and Strabismus.[] Unlike exotropia, fusion is possible in this condition, causing diplopia to be uncommon.[] Amblyopia is rare. Typically, there is an exophoria which progresses to an intermittent exotropia and finally, to a constant exotropia.[]

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