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599 Possible Causes for Exotropia, Myopia

  • Esotropia

    Exotropia Exotropia, commonly called wandering eye, is the visual condition in which a person uses only one eye to look at an object while the other eye turns outward.[] RECENT FINDINGS: Numerous studies have looked to determine the cause of esotropia in patients with high myopia.[] We encountered a case of progressive esotropia caused by high myopia in which ocular dislocation could be temporarily reversed.[]

  • Exotropia

    One of the few studies following the progression of myopia (near sightedness) in children with intermittent exotropia, researchers determined that the rate of developing myopia[] Acquired exotropia – further classified into intermittent exotropia, acute exotropia and mechanical exotropia.[] Read Full » I have myopia. What can I do to reduce power and quit glasses completely?[]

  • Strabismus

    Jeffrey Cooper & Rachel Cooper (no relation). 2001-2016 About Exotropia What is Exotropia?[] This case highlights the possibility of progressive esotropia similar to "heavy eye syndrome" in the absence of high myopia.[] To survey the prevalence of highly myopic strabismus among patients with severe myopia and to elucidate its anatomic mechanism.[]

  • Exophoria

    Exophoria and Exotropia and Strabismus.[] […] reported that myopia cannot be held responsible for exophoria Pascal [9] was of the view that exophoria is almost always secondary to myopia Recently Burian [10] stated that[] Both exophoria and exotropia are conditions that cause the eyes to drift outward.[]

  • Oculomotor Nerve Paralysis

    RE exotropia with diplopia 7.[] Pupil-involving Isolated Third Nerve Palsy complete ptosis dilated pupil unresponsive to light or accomodation exotropia /-hypotropia appropriate investigation must be pursued[] In the current study, 4 of 6 cases had large angle exotropia without any vertical component.[]

  • Esophoria

    People with exotropia often experience crossed diplopia. Intermittent exotropia is a fairly common condition. "Sensory exotropia" occurs in the presence of poor vision.[] From a myopia control point of view, esophoria and accommodative lag are the key clinical red flags in assessing your patient’s visual efficiency, and thankfully both will[] The broad category is strabismus , which covers all aspects of crossed eyes including: exotropia, outward turning eye; hypertropia, upward turning eye; and hypotonia, downward[]

  • 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[] To describe the association of unilateral peripapillary myelinated retinal nerve fibers with myopia, strabismus, and amblyopia and to propose a possible pathologic mechanism[] Unilateral extensive myelination of the peripapillary nerve fibers may be associated with anisometropic myopia, strabismus, and reduced vision.[]

  • 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[] Excludes: degenerative myopia ( H44.2 ) H52.2 Astigmatism H52.3 Anisometropia and aniseikonia H52.4 Presbyopia H52.5 Disorders of accommodation Internal ophthalmoplegia ([] Her ocular history revealed a large exotropia and high myopia diagnosed as an infant.[]

  • Vision Disorder

    Strabismus – Exotropia/Esotropia and Double Vision Strabismus is a binocular vision disorder in which the eyes don’t work together correctly.[] This is called myopia and is caused by an eyeball that is too long or a cornea that is too steep. Read more about myopia and myopia solutions.[] Exotropia is the other type of strabismus, when one or both eyes turn outward. Strabismus runs in families, so your genetic history plays a role.[]

  • Noncomitant Strabismus

    Syn. exotropia (XOT; XT; exoT). The principal categories are constant exotropia and intermittent exotropia.[] Myopia is inherited as a multifactorial trait.[] See: A-esotropia, V-esotropia, A-exotropia, V-exotropia. (05 Mar 2000) accommodative strabismus Strabismus in which the severity of deviation varies with accommodation. (05[]

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