Sensory Strabismus: When Does it Happen and Which Way Do They Turn?

Published on Jan 1, 2001in American Orthoptic Journal
路 DOI :10.3368/AOJ.51.1.36
Susan A. Havertape1
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(Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital),
Oscar A. Cruz23
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(Cardinal Glennon Children's Hospital)
Sensory strabismus may be horizontal, vertical or torsional in nature, or any combination of these but by far the most common form is horizontal. What causes the eyes to become esotropic rather tha...
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