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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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Comparison of P100 Amplitude between the Anisometropic and Esotropic Amblyopic Eyes
In the other stimuli, although the mean of the amplitude of the esotropic group was smaller than that of the anisometropic group, no statistical difference was shown (Table 5).
Our results suggested that the amplitude in the patients with esotropic eyes, compared to the normal group, was significantly reduced.
Other studies have also reported the reduced amplitude in esotropic eyes.
The comparison of short-and long-term success rates of esotropic and exotropic patients according to visual acuity subgroups Short-term success rate Visual acuity Esotropia Exotropia All Group 1 1/2 (50%) 4/7 (57.1%) 5/9 (55.6%) Group 2 3/3 (100%) 1/5 (20%) 4/8 (50%) Group 3 2/2 (100%) 4/5 (80%) 6/7 (85.7%) p 0.571 0.165 0.331 Long-term success rate Visual acuity Esotropia Exotropia All Group 1 0/2 (0%) 1/4 (25%) 1/6 (16.7%) Group 2 1/2 (50%) 0/5 (0%) 1/7 (14.3%) Group 3 2/2 (100%) 4/4 (100%) 6/6 (100%) p 0.6 0.007 0.02