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51 Possible Causes for Esophoria

  • Esophoria

    Convert to ICD-10-CM : 378.41 converts directly to: 2015/16 ICD-10-CM H50.51 Esophoria Approximate Synonyms Bilat esophoria bilateral esophoria Esophoria (eye condition) Left[] Abstract Certain cases of esophoria and microesotropia have common characteristics: a small manifest deviation (called fixation disparity in esophoria), increase of the angle[] From Wikipedia, the free encyclopedia Jump to navigation Jump to search Esophoria Specialty Ophthalmology Esophoria is an eye condition involving inward deviation of the eye[]

  • Exophoria

    Esophoria is a tendency of the eyes to want to turn more inward than necessary when an individual is viewing an object at near or at distance which may cause the individual[] Usually esophoria is associated with an uncorrected hypermetropia, caused by excessive stimulations of the inner straight eye muscles that cause an excess of accomodation.[] Treatment options: Sometimes esophoria is caused by a refractive error such as hyperopia (farsightedness), and glasses or contacts can correct the problem alone.[]

  • Esotropia

    When the hyperopic correction was removed, she had a small esophoria.[] Three months later, orthophoria was maintained at distant target, with 8PD esophoria at near target with glasses.[] RESULTS: After eight weeks of treatment (two to four follow-ups) the intermittent esotropia stabilised into esophoria and the magnitude of the deviation at distance was reduced[]

  • Strabismus

    Far esophoria was defined as more than 1 PD of esophoria at far. Near esophoria was defined as any amount of esophoria at near.[] Exotropia Intermittent Exotropia Hypertropia Duane's Syndrome Associated Conditions: Amblyopia Anisometropia Brown's Syndrome Cataracts Convergence Insufficiency Double Vision Esophoria[] ICD-10-CM 378.35 Accommodative component in esotropia convert 378.35 to ICD-10-CM 378.4 Heterophoria 378.40 Heterophoria, unspecified convert 378.40 to ICD-10-CM 378.41 Esophoria[]

  • Alternating Exotropia

    378.31 Hypertropia 378.32 Hypotropia 378.33 Cyclotropia 378.34 Monofixation syndrome 378.35 Accommodative component in esotropia 378.40 Heterophoria, unspecified 378.41 Esophoria[] […] right eye H50.412 Cyclotropia, left eye H50.42 Monofixation syndrome H50.43 Accommodative component in esotropia H50.5 Heterophoria H50.50 Unspecified heterophoria H50.51 Esophoria[] Diplopia or double vision Esophoria or exophoria, where the suppression of one eye is intermittent.[]

  • Vertical Heterotropia

    […] with non-accommodative esophoria.[] There are three types of esophorias. - Convergence excess type. - Basic type. - Divergence weakness type.[] Esophoria - convergence excess - divergence weakness - non-specific Exophoria - conveargence weakness - divergence excess - non-specific Hyperphoria/hypophoria Alternating[]

  • Noncomitant Strabismus

    Esophoria, esotropia, and intermittent esotropia respectively. The abbreviations X, XT, and X(T) refer to what types of strabismus?[] Esophoria is an inward drift and exophoria an outward drift of the eye.[] . - • Esophoria or latent convergent squint • A tendency of one eye to turn in relative to other • Exophoria or latent divergent squint • A tendency of one eye to turn out[]

  • Eye Muscle Disorder

    Donald Getz which explains and illustrates the problems with reading and learning that can be caused by esophoria.[] […] strabismus, hereditary strabismus, pediatric strabismus, adult strabismus, accommodative esotropia, alternating esotropia, congenital esotropia, accommodative esotropia, esophoria[] Esophoria A muscle condition in which when both eyes are open each eye points accurately at the target. However, upon covering one eye the covered eye turns inwards.[]

  • Vision Disorder

    Good was defined as exophoria or esophoria less than 10PD or orthotropia of 5 (microstrabismus).[] […] strabismus, hereditary strabismus, pediatric strabismus, adult strabismus, accommodative esotropia, alternating esotropia, congenital esotropia, accommodative esotropia, esophoria[] Satisfactory was defined as exophoria or esophoria greater than 10PD or exophoria or esotropia greater than 10PD but less than the preoperative angle.[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    Over all, 10 patients (55.6%) had a well-controlled esophoria with a postoperative alignment of within 10 PD of orthophoria without diplopia in the primary position, for distance[] Six months after the accident, neither esophoria nor esotropia was noted [Figure 1] b.[]

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