Atlas of Strabismus and pseudostrabismus, Congenital or infantile esotropia, Infant tolerates right eye blockage, Infant upset to have left eye covered, Constant exotropia of right eye, Accommodative esotropia, Duane syndrome, Right Brown syndrome, atlas in medical, tuyenlab.net
|FIGURE 1. A. Congenital or infantile esotropia. Demonstrates|
crossxation with left eye preference. B. Infant tolerates right eye
blockage. C. Infant upset to have left eye covered.
|FIGURE 2 A. Constant exotropia of right eye. B. Exotropia surgically corrected with bilateral lateral rectus recession. |
|FIGURE 3. A. Accommodative esotropia. B. Corrected with glasses.|
|FIGURE 4. Duane syndrome. A. Eyes are straight in primary|
position. B. Reduced abduction of the right eye with a left esotropia.
C. Normal adduction of the right eye but globe retraction and palpebral ssure
narrowing of the right eye in adduction.
|FIGURE 5. Right Brown syndrome (superior oblique tendon syndrome). Note restricted upgaze of right eye in adduction and apparent over-elevation of the left eye in abduction.|
|FIGURE 6. Pseudostrabismus. Note centered light re exes, wide|
nasal bridge and prominent epicanthal folds.
|FIGURE 7. Eyes now in alignment one week after bilateral medial rectus recession for congenital esotropia. Note the remaining subconjunctival hemorrhages.|