divergence paresis

divergence paresis

an esodeviation of the eyes that is greater in the distance than near, which may be a sign of central nervous system disease or a mild bilateral palsy of the sixth cranial nerve.

di·ver·gence pa·re·sis

(di-vĕr'jĕns pă-rē'sis)
An esodeviation of the eyes that is greater in the distance than near, which may be a sign of central nervous system disease or a mild bilateral abducent nerve palsy.