visual acuity May or may not have underlying organic cause Problem Clinical signs Primary convergence Exophoria for near insufficiency Reduced convergence Reduced base out fusional reserves Secondary convergence Exophoria for near insufficiency Reduced convergence Reduced base out fusional reserves Primary convergence Exophoria or paresis or paralysis exotropia
a) Intermittent exotropia
is common in the first few weeks
4) Some authors argue that early onset exotropia
is likely to be associated with nervous system pathology, although others disagree.
Patients who have excessive myopia can also have strabismus, typically an exophoria or exotropia
, and they are more likely to develop early cataracts.
It looked at the effectiveness of the different treatments for intermittent exotropia
by controlling the squint, including surgery and eye patches.
a) A constant exotropia
in a 14-year-old child who would like cosmetic surgery