Neonatal ocular misalignments reflect vergence development but rarely become esotropia.
What does ET stand for?
ET stands for Esotropia (form of strabismus)
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Bifocals are prescribed to children with convergence excess esotropia, congenital cataract, juvenile stress myopia and Down's syndrome.
9%); and retinopathy of prematurity, cone dystrophy, optic atrophy, esotropia, and retinal detachment (3.
Carson has a small head, absent frenulum (a fold of mucous membrane under the tongue, which limits the movement of the tongue, aiding speech and eating), esotropia of the eyes (cross-eye; internal or convergent strabismus), and has worn glasses since he was 6- months old.
More children are being prescribed bifocal lenses to treat esotropia or crossed eyes," said Dr.
Adequate cycloplegic effect could be achieved with tropicamide in a teenage patient suspected of having latent hypermetropia, for example, whereas cyclopentolate is likely to be required for an infant suspected of having an accommodative esotropia.
Mason was monocular in functioning with no acuity given; he also had a visual field loss, esotropia, a severe hearing loss, and communicated at Level VI.
After many tests, he has been diagnosed with binocular dysfunction and an esotropia problem.