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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Convergent strabismus and bilaterally absent corneal reflexes were also registered as well as a small field of temporoparietal left-sided alopecia.
The team, from the University of Bradford and St James' University Hospital in Leeds, have joined forces for the work which, it is hoped, will 'unravel the genetics of convergent strabismus (Esotropia)'.