heterotropia


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heterotropia

[‚hed·ə·rō′trō·pē·ə]
(medicine)
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Un paciente con una tropia empieza la prueba con un ojo desviado y termina la prueba con el mismo ojo o el ojo opuesto desviado (heterotropia alternante).
La "heterotropia" se plantea entonces como una "categoria teorica para articular los discursos identitarios a las operaciones del lenguaje que hacen posible su representacion.
Maneras de defecar(se) en la cultura occidental," Heterotropia: Narrativas de identidad y alteridad latinoamericana, ed.
Concluding, in Heinlein's text that "Prof's Rational Anarchy collaborates with the structures it contests, repeats every voice of Authority, failing to be either rational or anarchic" (53), Easterbrook prefers Le Guin's political imagination and Delany's "ambiguous heterotropia," the complexity essential in the non-resolved play of difference (68), and the openness to "radical alterity and [the willingness to] attend first to human suffering" (72).
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In contrast to heterophoria, heterotropia arises when a misalignment of the visual axes cannot be controlled by the motor fusion system, and occurs without dissociation.
Results of re-operation on the deviated eye in patients with sensory heterotropia. Korean J Ophthalmol.
Close differentials include: other disorders of neuronal migration like focal cortical dysplasias, grey matter heterotropia, porencephaly etc.
09 Which type of movement could be mistaken for a heterotropia during the recovery phase (section 3 of Image C)?
B Heterophoria or heterotropia has been demonstrated with at least one of the following: intermittent blurred vision or diplopia; difficulty in adjusting focus from near to distant objects or vice versa
In the binocular vision part of this assessment, pre-regs will be asked questions and need records of patients with heterophoria and heterotropia. They should know the different nerve palsies and the nerve pathways because they will be questioned on how these conditions present in practice.
Observation in sensory heterotropia. J Pediatr Ophthalmol.