manifest strabismus

man·i·fest stra·bis·mus

evident deviation of one eye or the other; may be alternating or monocular.
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Manifest strabismus can be observed while a patient looks at an object binocularly.
The other three columns from left to right represent strabismic samples of recessive strabismus, intermittent strabismus, and manifest strabismus, respectively.
Children with heterophoria at risk of decompensating should also undergo a full binocular vision investigation (eg, prism cover test for fusional reserves), so as to evaluate the risk of the heterophoria becoming a manifest strabismus.
* Suspect and/or manifest strabismus (especially esotropia)