concomitance

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con·com·i·tance

(kon-kom'i-tănts),
In esotropia, one eye accompanying the other in all excursions, as in concomitant strabismus.
[con- + L. comito-, pp. -atus, to accompany]

concomitance 

The condition in which the two eyes move as a unit, that is maintaining a constant angle between them for all directions of gaze when fixating at a fixed distance. Syn. comitance. See incomitance; concomitant strabismus.