Infantile esotropia

What is Infantile esotropia?

Infantile esotropia is an ocular condition of early onset in which one or either eye turns inward. It is a specific sub-type of esotropia and has been a subject of much debate amongst ophthalmologists with regard to its naming, diagnostic features, and treatment.

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I have a 9 month old infant with infantile esotropia (bilateral). She does not have constant esotropia, her eyes take turns focussing. We patch...

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What your child has is accommodative squint .We have seen very promising results with...

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My son is 2 yrs old & in last 7~8 months he has developed convergent squint (left eye squints & when the right eye is deployed with...

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Surgery is required if glasses fail to correct.

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I am generally a healthy person. I have nystagmus from birth ( involuntary movement of the eye). This is also noted for my maternal uncle and aunt....

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I get the impression that you are a partial albino,people who have lighter pigment all over the...

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