cross-fixation

cross-fixation 

A condition often found in infantile, large-angle esotropia in which the eyes tend to stay adducted so that the right eye fixates objects in the left field of gaze and the left eye fixates objects in the right field of gaze. See infantile strabismus.
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Other laboratory studies of femoral cross-fixation of hamstring grafts have shown similar results, also in biomechanical testing.