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964 Possible Causes for Esotropia

  • Strabismus

    Leonard Press, FCOVD, FAAO. 2001-2016 Esotropia (inward turning of the eyes) Congenital Esotropia Infantile Esotropia Esotropia with Amblyopia Accommodative Esotropia Partially[] On day 1, a 25 prism dioptres esotropia was present, which increased to a 45 prism diopters esotropia on day 2.[] Esotropia Infantile Esotropia Congenital Esotropia Accommodative Esotropia Exotropia Intermittent Exotropia Hypertropia Duane's Syndrome Associated Conditions: Amblyopia Anisometropia[]

  • Esotropia

    Accommodative esotropia is the most common pediatric strabismus and must be differentiated from other pediatric esotropias.[] […] accommodative esotropia.[] To our knowledge, this is the first report of accommodative esotropia decompensating into a cyclic esotropia.[]

  • Alternating Exotropia

    378.00 Esotropia, unspecified 378.01 Monocular esotropia 378.02 Monocular esotropia with A pattern 378.03 Monocular esotropia with V pattern 378.04 Monocular esotropia with[] H50 Other strabismus H50.0 Esotropia Inclusion term(s): Convergent concomitant strabismus H50.00 Unspecified esotropia H50.01 Monocular esotropia H50.011 Monocular esotropia[] The ICD code H503 is used to code Esotropia Esotropia (from Greek eso meaning "inward" and trope meaning "a turning"), is a form of strabismus, or "squint," in which one or[]

  • Abducens Nerve Palsy

    RESULTS: A total of 13 patients were included, all of whom had an esotropia with profound abduction deficit (-4 or more).[] Primary outcome measures were esotropia in primary position and abduction deficit.[] Success was defined as a distance esotropia of no more than 10(Delta) in the primary position.[]

  • Esophoria

    esotropia.[] ) had a 4.49 (95 % CI [1.60; 13.78]) times higher frequency of ocular misalignment and specifically a 13.3 (95 % CI [3.80; 55.73]) times increased frequency of esophoria/esotropia[] Accommodative esotropia or convergence excess Kelly A.[]

  • Cerebral Palsy

    Kolling, Best age for surgery for infantile esotropia, European Journal of Paediatric Neurology, 15, 3, (205), (2011).[]

  • Trochlear Nerve Paralysis

    Loss of the tertiary abducting action causes a V-pattern esotropia (esotropia greater in downgaze) in half of patients (2). ( Video, “congenital IV palsy” ) Bilateral IV nerve[] […] the eye : inability to depress and adduct the eyeball simultaneously (the pupil shoots upward during attempted adduction of the eyeball) Diplopia ( double vision ) Mild esotropia[] Additionally, a small esotropia may be found on down gaze as the superior oblique is also a weak abductor.[]

  • Amblyopia

    Pigmentation may be one parameter because Caucasians are at higher risk for esotropia than non-whites.[] 5 64 F 106 L exotropia 0.200 0.075 0.075 Foveal Total Patching/surgery 6 58 F 109 R esotropia 0.250 0.000 0.000 Foveal Total Surgery 7 45 F 105 L esotropia 0.575 0.000 0.000[] These findings indicate that shrinkage of ocular dominance columns does not occur in humans with amblyopia caused by accommodative esotropia.[]

  • Exotropia

    Esotropia Dr. David J.[] Symptoms of Esotropia and Exotropia Esotropia and exotropia can be intermittent or constant.[] Surgery is common for early onset esotropia, particularly congenital/infantile esotropia.[]

  • Down Syndrome

    Nystagmus was related to myopia and esotropia, and to heart disease and heart operations.[] Results: Ocular findings included nystagmus (29.2%), esotropia (26.1%), epiphora (21.5%), Brushfield spots (16.9%), lens opacities (12.3%), abnormalities of the retinal vessels[]

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