esodeviation


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Related to esodeviation: amblyopia, esotropia, esophoria, strabismus, exodeviation

es·o·pho·ri·a

(es'ō-fō'rē-ă), Do not confuse this word with exophoria.
A tendency for the eyes to turn inward, prevented by binocular vision.
Synonym(s): esodeviation (1)
[G. esō, inward, + phora, a carrying]

esodeviation

(1) Esophoria, see there.  
(2) Esotropia, see there.
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Hirschberg test revealed esodeviation of right eye around 300 (Fig 1).
In that study exotropia was more common than esodeviations, though various other studies have shown the incidence of esodeviations compared to exodeviations to be roughly equal.
Tychsen further argues that this bias is potentially strabismogenic but binocular fusion prevents esodeviations becoming manifest.
This wedge depends on vergence angle and is maximised by high-angle esodeviations, implying that esotropia may be an 'adaptive' developmental response.
V-pattern strabismus is more common in both esodeviations and exodeviations the reported range is from 59% to 100% (15) Affected patients typically demonstrate moderate to severe inferior oblique overaction and mild to moderate superior oblique underaction.