esotropia

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esotropia

[‚es·ə′trō·pē·ə]
(medicine)
Convergent strabismus, occurring when one eye fixes upon an object and the other deviates inward. Also known as cross-eye.
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Bringing the management of accommodative esotropia into sharp focus.
Accommodative esotropia who needs spectacles for good ocular alignment after refractive shift below +2.
Factors influencing stereoacuity in refractive accommodative esotropia.
The effect of optical correction on refractive development in children with accommodative esotropia.
The accommodative element in accommodative esotropia.
Birch EE, Wang J Stereoacuity outcomes following treatment of infantile and accommodative esotropia.
True fully accommodative esotropia with full binocular single vision proven with spectacles.
However, not all patients with an accommodative esotropia achieve binocular single vision despite wearing their full refractive correction, as there can be a partially accommodative element.