Early surgery for infantile esotropia; results and influence of age upon results.
Surgery for large angle congenital esotropia: two versus three and four horizontal muscles.
Aspects of the human condition include exotropia, accommodative esotropia, A and V patterns, dissociated vertical deviation and latent nystagmus.
Orthoptic findings included concomitant esotropia, sixth, third and fourth nerve palsies.
Murray ADN, Calcutt C. The incidence of amblyopia in longstanding untreated infantile esotropia.
infantile esotropia; results and influence of age upon results.
Problems with muscle tone and nervous system abnormalities will affect the development of motor skills, possibly resulting in scoliosis (curvature of the spine) and esotropia (crossed eyes).
Esotropia is the most common type of strabismus.
Infantile esotropia develops in children under the age of six months.
Accommodative esotropia develops in children under age three who cross their eyes when focusing on objects nearby.
Congenital esotropia is a very rare form of strabismus that occurs with certain birth defects.
Infantile esotropia affects about 1 percent of full term, healthy babies and a higher percentage of babies born prematurely or born with other facial defects.
Congenital esotropia is rare but does not occur at a higher rate in premature babies.
Children with nystagmus who have their the null point located at a position in which the eyes are positioned inward may develop an esotropia, a form of strabismus or eye turn.
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