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Ocular motility examination and cover test will detect an increasing eso deviation
in the affected eye.
Refractive management involves the use of bifocals (eso deviation
at near) or over minus (exo deviation) but is limited by accommodation, AC/A ratio and the angle of deviation.
Distance esotropia: The enlarged globe can stretch the LR and compress it against the orbital wall resulting in an eso deviation
that tends to increase on distance fixation but, in the extreme, can develop into a strabismus fixus.