esotropic


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es·o·tro·pic

(es'ō-trop'ik),
Relating to or marked by esotropia.

es·o·tro·pic

(es'ō-trō'pik)
Relating to or marked by esotropia.
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The mean amount of deviation was 24.18[+ or -]15.81 PD (3-60 PD) in the 52 esotropic patients and 23.39[+ or -]15.41 PD (3-65 PD) in the 43 exotropic patients.
In the first evaluation of eye movements; the right eye was 30 degree esotropic in straight sight and could not pass the midline in right sight (Fig.1).
(49) administered BoNT-A to esotropic children (mean age 26.8 months) and found that the mean angle of deviation decreased from a baseline of 40.4 prism diopters before the first injection to 24.5 prism diopters before the second injection.