pseudostrabismus


Also found in: Wikipedia.

pseu·do·stra·bis·mus

(sū'dō-stra-biz'mŭs),
The appearance of strabismus caused by epicanthus, abnormality in interorbital distance, or corneal light reflex not corresponding to the center of the pupil.
[pseudo- + G. strabismos, a squinting]

pseudostrabismus

[-strəbiz′məs]
an appearance of strabismus caused by an epicanthal fold of skin, which narrows the visible width of the sclera medial to the iris.
enlarge picture
Pseudostrabismus caused by a flat nasal bridge, wide epicanthal folds, and closely placed eyes

pseu·do·stra·bis·mus

(sū'dō-stră-biz'mŭs)
The appearance of strabismus when the eyes are straight, caused by epicanthal folds, abnormality in interorbital distance, or corneal light reflex not corresponding to the center of the pupil.
[pseudo- + G. strabismos, a squinting]