dysconjugate gaze

dys·con·ju·gate gaze

failure of the eyes to turn together in the same direction.
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1, the patient had dysconjugate gaze in the primary position with the eyes adducted (turned toward the nose bridge).
I assured them that noisy breathing, dysconjugate gaze, and open fontanels were normal findings in newborns.
The patient is asked to look back and forth between the targets while the practitioner looks for saccadic abnormalities such as: hypometria (undershooting), hypermetria (overshooting), dysconjugate gaze and signs of ataxia.