Acquired cyclic esotropia in an adult

B T Troost, L Abel, J Noreika, F M Genovese
American Journal of Ophthalmology 1981, 91 (1): 8-13
A 67-year-old women developed periodic alternate-day esotropia, documented with videotape, 16-mm film, and quantitative eye-movement recordings, after retinal detachment surgery. The eye movements suggested that central reprocessing and adaptation to a peripheral defect was in part responsible for this adult form of acquired cyclic esotropia.

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