skew deviation


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skew de·vi·a·tion

a hypertropia in which the eyes move in opposite directions equally; an acquired hypertropia, often fairly comitant, not fitting the characteristic pattern of trochlear nerve damage or of ocular muscle abnormality; often due to a brainstem or cerebellar lesion.
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skew deviation

A condition in which one eyeball is directed upward and outward, the other inward and downward.
See also: deviation
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Peripheral vestibulopathies occurred in patients with an abnormal head impulse test, direction-fixed nystagmus, and no skew deviation.