Acute acquired comitant esotropia

H D Goldman, L B Nelson
Annals of Ophthalmology 1985, 17 (12): 777-8
Acute acquired comitant esotropia is characterized by a dramatic onset of a relatively large angle of esotropia with diplopia and minimal refractive error. Two children, aged 41/2 and 61/2, who suddenly developed a nonaccommodative comitant esotropia are presented. There was no preceding trauma or febrile illness, and neurologic evaluation (including CT scans and Tensilon testing) was normal. Bimedial recession provided satisfactory alignment.

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