ⓘ Esophoria

                                     

ⓘ Esophoria

Causes include:

  • Refractive errors. (Аномалии рефракции)
  • Divergence insufficiency. (Недостаточность дивергенции)
  • Convergence excess, this can be due to nerve, muscle, congenital or mechanical anomalies.

Unlike esotropia, fusion is possible and therefore diplopia is uncommon.

                                     
  • not the same as each other, or, not straight This condition can be esophoria where the eyes tend to cross inward in the absence of fusion exophoria
  • opposite of exotropia and usually involves more severe axis deviation than esophoria Esotropia is sometimes erroneously called lazy eye which describes
  • Convergence insufficiency Convergence micropsia Divergence excess Basic esophoria Convergence excess Divergence insufficiency Fusional vergence dysfunction
  • correct position. If the uncovered eye moved from out to in, the person has esophoria If it moved from in to out, the person has exophoria. If the eye did
  • atresia abnormalities of hands Esophageal neoplasm Esophageal varices Esophoria Esotropia Essential fatty acid deficiency Essential hypertension Essential
  • Microtropia Monofixation syndrome H50.5 Heterophoria Alternating hyperphoria Esophoria Exophoria H50.6 Mechanical strabismus Brown s sheath syndrome Strabismus
  • accommodation can result in an increase in exophoria and a decrease in esophoria leading to an inaccurate result The examiner should check the function
  • find eye contact to be particularly unsettling. Strabismus, especially esophoria or exophoria, interferes with normal eye contact: a person whose eyes
  • right and white light to the left, they are said to have esotropia or esophoria uncrossed diplopia in which base in BI prisms of increasing strength
  • point. There are three different states, which can be distinguished: Esophoria Exophoria, Orthophoria. While one eye is closed or being obstructed by
  • criteria mild loss of smooth pursuit, mild gaze - evoked nystagmus, and esophoria or esotropia Historically vestibulocerebellar syndrome has been difficult
  • deviation angle varies in each position of gaze Type of deviation: esophoria exophoria, hyperphoria, hypophoria, cyclophoria Size of deviation Rate